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The New York Giants and the New England Patriots square off tonight in Super Bowl XLVI as both teams look to capture their 4th Super Bowl championship. The game is also a rematch of the week 9 game earlier this season that the Giants won 24-20. It also is a rematch of Super Bowl XLII that the Giants won 17-14. Below are a few keys to the game along with my prediction. I have had a change of heart since my initial prediction in the Thursday podcast. Enjoy the game.
The Gronkle - Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski will play despite his injured ankle. How effective Gronkowski is in regards to both Read more [...]
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New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski will play in Super Bowl XLVIagainst the New York Giants despite a nagging high ankle sprain.
ProFootballTalk’s Mike Florio is reporting that a league source has indicated thatGronkowski will play in Sunday’s big game.
The report also indicates that Gronkowski could very well indeed be...
New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski will play in Sunday's Super Bowl against the New York Giants.Patriots coach Bill Belichick told NFL Network's Alex Flanagan that Gronkowski "will definitely play."The 22-year-old hasn't practiced for two weeks with a high ankle sprain and may play a limited role Sunday.Gronkowski has had a monster season, setting...
At this point you’re well aware that Rob Gronkowski’s ankle held up pretty well at the Patriots post-Super Bowl bash which was held like an hour after the team lost to the Giants. Anyway, Gronk acted just as you’d expect a 22-year-old to act after losing the Super Bowl. Dude grinded on some chicks, danced with his fellow New England bros and threw his arms in the air like...
There has been quite an uproar over some Patriots players partying after losing the Super Bowl. Mainly with Rob Gronkowski dancing with LMFAO because Gronk is always in the news. Honestly I couldn't care less and I'm not sure why everybody else does. So some of them went out and got blasted after the game, I'm not really sure why they're not allowed to. They'...
As expected, Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski was on the active roster for Sunday's Super Bowl XLVI against the Giants.
Pictured above is tight end Rob Gronkowski dancing on stage with
LMFAO at the Patriotsâ postgame party. He
wasnât the only one getting topless
â lineman Matt Light was shirtless too.
We've got the keys to the game, the big matchup and much more as Super Sunday is finally here. The player in the spotlight all week, tight end Rob Gronkowski, will be in the spotlight again as the Giants try to beat the Patriots in the Super Bowl for the second time in four years.
Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski is officially active for Super Bowl XLVI, and coach Bill Belichick said he will "definitely" play, according to the NFL Network's Alex Flanagan.
All-Pro tight end Rob Gronkowski is active for the Patriots for the Super Bowl, as is wide receiver Chad Ochocinco. Gronkowski has been recovering from a high left ankle sprain suffered in the AFC title game. He practiced on a limited basis this week. Receiver Ochocinco was inactive for the conference title game because of the death of his father a week earlier.
The first question, the biggest question, has been answered. Patriots TE Rob Gronkowski is active for Super Bowl XLVI, the team just announced. He’ll play on that high-ankle sprain, gutting it out. How effective he’ll be, we don’t know.
But the sad news is that Patriots RB Kevin Faulk, the longest tenured player, is inactive. In what will almost certainly be the last game...
Patriots head coach Bill Belichick says that tight end Rob Gronkowski will "definitely play" in tonight's Super Bowl XLVI, Alex Flanagan of NBC Sports reports. How much record-setting tight end plays tonight will depend on what he's able to do, Belichick added. In case you've been living under a rock that last weeks, Gronkowski has a high left ankle sprain that...
By Paul KenyonINDIANAPOLIS -- The Patriots have released their list of inactive players for the Super Bowl:
* Defensive tackle Ron Brace
* Running back Kevin Faulk
* Linebacker Gary Guyton
* Quarterback Ryan Mallett
* Offensive lineman Nick McDonald
* Offensive lineman Donald Thomas
* Running back Shane Vereen
That Faulk is inactive for the Super Bowl could mean the running back...
That’s all folks. Well it will certainly take some time for this to all sink in. It was a miserable end, but a great run by the Pats this year. It wasn’t always perfect but the 2011 team was stocked with fighters. It always hurts to get so close only to fall short, and while it would be easy to get carried away it the “what does it all mean” of it all, let’s just take a...
The Patriots have released their list of inactive players for the Super Bowl: Defensive tackle Ron Brace, running back Kevin Faulk, linebacker Gary Guyton, quarterback Ryan Mallett, offensive lineman Nick McDonald, offensive lineman Donald Thomas and running back Shane Vereen That Faulk is inactive for the Super Bowl could mean the running back -- who has more than 3,600 rushing...
Cold Hard Football Facts points out that the Patriots should maybe return to their dink-and-dunk roots and skip the Brady long-ball:
The entire first half, Brady didn’t throw a ball more than 20 yards in the air, but it didn’t matter. Their 14-play, 96-yard drive to cap the first half was a thing of beauty. Purists might miss the days of three yards and a cloud of dust, but...