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11:11 AM ET 11.19 | New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski has already had surgery on his forearm and the New England Patriots tight end can begin the recovery process on an injury suffered in Sunday's blowout win over the Indianapolis Colts. Gronkowski broke his forearm in Sunday's game against the Indianapolis Colts, and will be out for several weeks, although an exact timetable is unknown. Reports state that Gronkowski had the surgery early Monday morning, and he will likely be out several weeks. The tight end hurt his forearm on the team's last extra point in a 59-24 win, leading to questions about whether he should have been playing at that point.

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November 19, 2012  11:51 AM ET

Bill will never buy into pulling starters. He said it before, "We'll stop trying to score when they do."

November 19, 2012  12:32 PM ET

I wonder if injuries even come to mind when Belichik is do determined to run up the score on a team.
I don't see him as this genius they purport him to be. One of these days Brady will get knocked out, while trying to run up the score.
I wonder what Kraft thinks?

November 19, 2012  01:32 PM ET

Hey, suppose the pulled out Gronk and put in the 17th string tight end, Lawrence "Lumpy" Lumpkowitz, and he couldn't hold his block, the rusher came in and broke kicker Gostkowski's leg?

Then, all you Monday morning HCs would be asking why they didn't have the first team in blocking.

November 19, 2012  01:34 PM ET
QUOTE(#2):

I wonder what Kraft thinks?

He think, "My trophy girlfriend Ricki is hot, hot HOT! Take that, Jerry Jones."

November 19, 2012  02:11 PM ET
QUOTE(#3):

Hey, suppose the pulled out Gronk and put in the 17th string tight end, Lawrence "Lumpy" Lumpkowitz, and he couldn't hold his block, the rusher came in and broke kicker Gostkowski's leg?Then, all you Monday morning HCs would be asking why they didn't have the first team in blocking.

Exactly

November 19, 2012  03:27 PM ET
QUOTE(#2):

I wonder if injuries even come to mind when Belichik is do determined to run up the score on a team.I don't see him as this genius they purport him to be. One of these days Brady will get knocked out, while trying to run up the score.I wonder what Kraft thinks?

He didn't try to run up the score on Seattle, and it cost the Pats a game. Lesson learned.

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November 21, 2012  02:15 PM ET
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Waaaah, my team sucks. Waaaah, no wait, my team doesn't suck, they were running up the score. It's all their fault! waaaahh!!!!!!!!!!!

Are you supposedly referring to me?

I'm not a Patriots fan or a Colts fan...at all.

You infantile idiotic comment was wasted...just like your mind, obviously.

 
November 21, 2012  02:18 PM ET
QUOTE(#6):

He didn't try to run up the score on Seattle, and it cost the Pats a game. Lesson learned.

Yes and no...the smart coaches run the ball, keep possession and kill the clock.

I don't care if a team runs up the score or not...but you risk players getting hurt.

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