What Rob Gronkowski Brings to the Buccaneers

Rob Gronkowski

 

What Rob Gronkowski Brings to the Buccaneers

 

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers acquired tight end Rob Gronkowski after trading a fourth-round pick to the New England Patriots for Gronk and a seventh-round pick. Gronk will now reunite with Tom Brady.

Gronkowski retired from the NFL in March, 2019 at 29 years old after playing nine seasons with the Patriots and winning three Super Bowls in his career.

 

Rob Gronkowski set many NFL records, for example, he has the most receptions by a tight end in Super Bowl history with 23, and the most receiving yards by a tight end in Super Bowl history with 297.

 

Gronk is considered the greatest tight end ever. He caught 521 passes for 7,861 receiving yards and 79 touchdowns in 115 regular season games and also had 81 receptions for 1,1163 yards and 12 touchdowns in 16 playoff games.

 

One of Tom Brady’s most trusted targets, Gronk joins a good number of weapons in the Tampa Bay passing game. Wideouts Mike Evans, Chris Godwin and tight end O.J. Howard are all extremely talented and can thrive with Brady. Add that to Gronk and a defense that allowed just 1,181 rushing yards in 2019, the fewest in a single season and this team can make some noise.

 

Gronkowski and Brady are clearly close friends and having Gronk in Tampa Bay will help Brady get more comfortable. Brady now has a security blanket on third downs and in close games.

 

Rob Gronkowski brings experience. While he will be just 31 years old in May, he can still provide a veteran presence that Tampa Bay just didn’t have.

 

Tom Brady and Ndamukong Suh were the only experienced players on the team and the franchise has not made the playoffs since 2007. Gronk can help them develop the mentality of a contender. Adding someone who is familiar with Tom Brady and that knows how to win in the NFL was very smart.

 

Rob Gronkowski Receiving Yards During 2020 Regular Season

 

Over 650 (-120)

Under 650 (-120)

 

Rob Gronkowski Receiving Touchdowns During 2020 Regular Season

 

Over 5.5 (-120)

Under 5.5 (-120)

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The Tampa Bay Buccaneers acquired tight end Rob Gronkowski after trading a fourth-round pick to the New England Patriots for Gronk and a seventh-round pick. Gronk will now reunite with Tom Brady.

Gronkowski retired from the NFL in March, 2019 at 29 years old after playing nine seasons with the Patriots and winning three Super Bowls in his career.

 

Rob Gronkowski set many NFL records, for example, he has the most receptions by a tight end in Super Bowl history with 23, and the most receiving yards by a tight end in Super Bowl history with 297.

 

Gronk is considered the greatest tight end ever. He caught 521 passes for 7,861 receiving yards and 79 touchdowns in 115 regular season games and also had 81 receptions for 1,1163 yards and 12 touchdowns in 16 playoff games.

 

One of Tom Brady’s most trusted targets, Gronk joins a good number of weapons in the Tampa Bay passing game. Wideouts Mike Evans, Chris Godwin and tight end O.J. Howard are all extremely talented and can thrive with Brady. Add that to Gronk and a defense that allowed just 1,181 rushing yards in 2019, the fewest in a single season and this team can make some noise.

 

Gronkowski and Brady are clearly close friends and having Gronk in Tampa Bay will help Brady get more comfortable. Brady now has a security blanket on third downs and in close games.

 

Rob Gronkowski brings experience. While he will be just 31 years old in May, he can still provide a veteran presence that Tampa Bay just didn’t have.

 

Tom Brady and Ndamukong Suh were the only experienced players on the team and the franchise has not made the playoffs since 2007. Gronk can help them develop the mentality of a contender. Adding someone who is familiar with Tom Brady and that knows how to win in the NFL was very smart.

 

Rob Gronkowski Receiving Yards During 2020 Regular Season

 

Over 650 (-120)

Under 650 (-120)

 

Rob Gronkowski Receiving Touchdowns During 2020 Regular Season

 

Over 5.5 (-120)

Under 5.5 (-120)

Odds Provided By Payperhead247.com