Barry Church on Gronk hit: I was just trying to play football

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The Patriots lost tight end Rob Gronkowski to a head injury in the second quarter when Gronkowski took a shot to the head from Jaguars safety Barry Church while he was trying to reel in a Tom Brady pass.

Church was penalized for the hit and said after the game that he tried to hit Gronkowski in the proper zone, but that it is “nearly impossible” while “going 100 miles an hour” on the field.

“I just tried to dislodge the ball,” Church said in the locker room after the game. “He’s a big dude and I was just trying to dislodge the ball, but I guess they felt it was too high of a hit. I hope he’s healthy. I know he didn’t come back so I hope he’s alright. It was a tough call, but you have to go with what they call. It’s the toughest play in football, if you go low for the knees you are considered a dirty player and if you go high, they throw the flag at you. It’s a bang-bang play and I was just trying to play football. I tried to lead with my shoulder.”

The Patriots got a 32-yard pass interference call on cornerback A.J. Bouye one play later and went on to score their first touchdown of the game on that possession.

120 responses to “Barry Church on Gronk hit: I was just trying to play football

  1. ” but I guess they felt it was too high of a hit.”

    targeting the opposing player’s helmet, deliberately making a helmet-to-helmet hit… in order to take out a key player… is not ju ju. It’s crap.

  2. We’ve seen a lot worse than that. That picture is pretty good evidence that while there was head contact, it was also a shot to the shoulder and chest given the angle Church and Gronk hit.

  3. As a Patriots fan I do not think it was a deliberately dirty hit it was just an unfortunate one. Just hoping Gronk is okay for the Super Bowl we will need him.

  4. Horrible call led with his shoulder pads Gronkowski put his head down that’s when it was head to head refs are undefeated when the cheaters play

  5. Church ain’t fooling anyone with his cheap, deliberate shot to the helmet of Gronk.

    Jags played hard, but they couldn’t back up the trash talk. Don’t say it, if you can’t back it up.

  6. There seems to be an easy way to start eliminating people – hit them in the head – take the 15 yard penalty and put them into the concussion protocol – unless you are a Seattle Seahawk or a Carolina Panther quarterback and decide on your own to skip the tent – you are out for the rest of the game. NFL needs to fix this.

  7. Definitely deserved a flag but was in no way intentional. Gronk is a big dude that is tough to bring down and the defender put a shoulder high and helmets collided. If he wanted to go helmet to helmet and take Gronk out it would have been easier and less painful to do it without slamming into that big body.

  8. They can’t alter this rule soon enough! Helmet to helmet on a defenseless player and you are out! Right now the guy getting hit is out for health reasons!? This encourages cheap shots on star players!

  9. All the photos clearly show Church leading with this shoulder and making contact with Gronkowski’s chest. It looked like a clear cut football hit and no helmet to helmet contact.

  10. Old school players would have crippled Church for his obvious intent to concuss Gronkowski. Refs call a 15 yard penalty; Jacksonville players and fans call it unfair. I am not a Patriot fan but the play was a BS attempt to injure a player. Church should have been ejected if not suspended for as long as his victim cannot play! I guess Jacksonville endorses such cheap shot plays. Tom Coughlin should be ashamed, but I guess winning is more important than a player’s long term health.

  11. Ramsey should shut his big mouth before playing in ANY game, and none of the jaguars could cover Gronkowski, so they took him out of the game. That was no accident. But the GOAT overcomes anything and everything.

    #notdone

  12. scenario: I coach a team to, as soon as possible, target key players heads.
    downside: 15 yard penalty
    upside: strategic benefit of eliminating a key player

    Yeah. what can go wrong?

  13. “I guess they felt it was too high of a hit”?
    Come on. When you hit a 6’8″ guy in the helmet with your helmet and a loud *crack* is heard, you get the flag every time. This isn’t rocket science.

    This is why I knew the Pats would come back in that game — Jags defenders were making costly penalties and patting themselves on the back for it. That’s something teams learn once they’ve been to the playoffs – stupid penalties get your team eliminated vs smart opponents.

  14. suncawy says:
    January 21, 2018 at 7:35 pm

    Montana is still the greatest since he played in the era when football was still football. And he was undefeated in Super Bowls.
    —-
    Didn’t you predict a Jags/Vikings SB?

    Are you ever right about anything?

  15. “I was just trying to play football”….by leading with the crown of my helmet. Church has been around way long enough to know better. Cheap shot. The good news is that Gronk has a couple of weeks to recover. Th bad news: Church will be watching the Super Bowl from his couch,while he opens his wallet for the fine.

  16. I wonder when we will see the first time a third string linebacker targets a “Gronk” to purpose;y put him in concussion protocol to get him out of the game? What’s the cost? A 15 yard penalty and a $30k fine? Would that be worth getting rid of a top tier player for 3 quarters or more?

  17. I watched the play, Church ( he should go sometime ) approached Gronk with his head and kept head up going into Gronk’s helmet.

    I make that play? I know my hat is going to hit his. I’m looking right at him. I’m gonna whack ’em good, ‘cuz I’m a tough guy.

    &%$#@! cheap, deliberate shot

  18. erripet says:
    January 21, 2018 at 9:07 pm
    Horrible call led with his shoulder pads Gronkowski put his head down that’s when it was head to head refs are undefeated when the cheaters play

    If you think it’s a horrible call, then there’s no doubt it was not. Never been right yet in an amazing run of misfires. Can’t wait for this week’s Super Bowl prediction…

  19. rugolin says:
    January 21, 2018 at 9:13 pm

    All the photos clearly show Church leading with this shoulder and making contact with Gronkowski’s chest. It looked like a clear cut football hit and no helmet to helmet contact.

    _____________________________

    So what was it then,that sounded just like 2 helmets smacking together? Come on,dude. It was a helmet-to- helmet hit. Everyone saw and heard it.

  20. I’m not a professional football player, but I bet you $1,000 that I’d given 100 chances to hit Gronk in the midsection while he extends for a ball, I could hit my target 98 times and manage 0 head to head shots. I’m not buying this whining that professional athletes can’t manage to hit the 4’ target from thighs to chest

  21. It was a dirty hit but in the end it didn’t matter. Expect that big envelope from the league this week.

  22. Normally Gronk commits blatant offensive pass interference ,which is never flagged,and that hit doesn’t happen. Love seeing the snowflake Pats fans complain about a normal football hit.

  23. Dirty play. But apparently NE can’t be fouled on or it is the “refs aiding them.”

    So much mental gymnastics by sad Pat hating trolls.

  24. It wasnt a dirty play but helmet to helmet on a receiver is a penalty and that is a rule. Gronk didnt catch the ball if he was a runner then its not a penalty but it is on a receiver. I know people dont like New England but thats the rule and it was definitely called right

  25. canadapackers says:
    January 21, 2018 at 9:08 pm

    There seems to be an easy way to start eliminating people – hit them in the head – take the 15 yard penalty and put them into the concussion protocol – unless you are a Seattle Seahawk or a Carolina Panther quarterback and decide on your own to skip the tent – you are out for the rest of the game. NFL needs to fix this.
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    They need to start ejecting players for helmet to helmet. Come on, NFL. Act like you give a damn about player safety.

  26. These are just tough calls when these players are playing so fast and have a very small strike zone that is moving. If Church hits Gronk in the hip at the wrong angle he ends up like Ryan Shazier.

  27. They need to start ejecting players for helmet to helmet. Come on, NFL. Act like you give a damn about player safety.

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    So Gronk should have been tossed for his punk like sucker punch….right. Cant have it both ways..oh wait you can if you are the Pats….smdfh

  28. Church is full of it. He lead with his head and came in with his arms pinned back like a missile. He didn’t even try to wrap him up either! Just full on with his head right into Gronkowski’s head.

  29. He targeted his helmet then slapped him in the head and then kneed him him in the head, all after gronk was down . he’s a piece of garbage that should have been ejected

  30. Well. Good job playing football. You definitely played football on that hit. It was a scumbag hit but you definitely played football.

  31. The NFL has to address these strategic headhunters. We all saw Thomas Davis take out Davante Adams with a head shot away from the ball. The NFL needs to have immediate ejections called from NY. There was a similar shot taken in the NFC championship game.

  32. Gronk was lowering his head and body as the defender came in. You can’t expect defensive players to adjust in milleseconds to an offensive player lowering his body. More of today’s football giving advantages to Offense. This is not the NFL that the great Joe Montana played in. When does the defense gain an advantage NFL? Right, never.

  33. Football is getting way too soft. That’s why the ratings are down. Get rid of the concussion protocol. Soft

  34. So after he drills him in the head with the helmet to helmet hit he gets up arguing the call and then hits him in the head again with his legs.

    Idiot

  35. golforepar says:
    January 21, 2018 at 9:12 pm
    They can’t alter this rule soon enough! Helmet to helmet on a defenseless player and you are out! Right now the guy getting hit is out for health reasons!? This encourages cheap shots on star players!
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    This is actually good example why they need to be careful about putting in any hair trigger rules.

    That was definately a penalty so the flag was warranted. But it was not an intentionally dirty play so throwing Church out of the game would not have been warranted. So a hair trigger rule would cause an over response.

  36. “Normally Gronk commits blatant offensive pass interference ,which is never flagged,and that hit doesn’t happen. Love seeing the snowflake Pats fans complain about a normal football hit.”

    LOL.

    This guy watches lots of pats games. LOL

  37. “Normally Gronk commits blatant offensive pass interference ,which is never flagged,and that hit doesn’t happen. Love seeing the snowflake Pats fans complain about a normal football hit.”

    LOL.

    This guy watches lots of pats games. LOL

  38. Best post after the AFCCG:

    truthprofessor says:
    January 21, 2018 at 8:32 pm
    Jacksonville was called for:
    – 1 False Start
    – 1 Delay of Game
    – 1 Illegal Shift
    – 1 Offensive Hold (Wise was tackled. The Patriots declined the penalty, due to a sack)
    – 1 Unnecessary Roughness (the obvious helmet-to-helmet on Gronkowski)
    – 2 Defensive Pass Interference penalties (Bouye hand fighting down the sideline, & Ramsey grabbing Cooks around the neck)

    Every single call was completely obvious.

    Done and Done.
    Back JAx with you all

  39. Sadly ,this is a career ending injury for Gronk. There is no way he will be able to make coherent responses in a concussion evaluation.

  40. Barry’s a good player, and I don’t think it wan an intentionally dirty hit, but it was clearly an illegal hit. I think the league should consider a rules change such that if a player is knocked out of a game with what is deemed an illegal hit, the offending player should be removed from the game until the injured player is able to return. I think that would go a long way toward reducing these kinds of hits.

  41. “Gronk was lowering his head and body as the defender came in. You can’t expect defensive players to adjust in milleseconds to an offensive player lowering his body. More of today’s football giving advantages to Offense. This is not the NFL that the great Joe Montana played in. When does the defense gain an advantage NFL? Right, never.”

    Its a good thing you wear a helmet daily.

  42. ’d be dirtier if he launched his forearm at the back of the guy’s head after the play was over.

    That doesn’t count because gronk is not a dirty player and white was holding him so he deserved it .. or so they say

  43. ikeclanton says:
    January 21, 2018 at 9:26 pm
    erripet says:
    January 21, 2018 at 9:07 pm
    Horrible call led with his shoulder pads Gronkowski put his head down that’s when it was head to head refs are undefeated when the cheaters play

    If you think it’s a horrible call, then there’s no doubt it was not. Never been right yet in an amazing run of misfires. Can’t wait for this week’s Super Bowl prediction…

    Nice shot with the “name!” Loved it.

  44. To all the NE fans, was Gronk “thrown out of the game after his clearly dirty hit on a defenseless defender?”

    NE and their fan base want EVERY advantage, AFTER already having every advantage. Facing Nick Foles now in the SB, after barely beating Blake Bortles?

    GOATS don’t face backup’s. Joe Montana is the GOAT. You never saw Marino getting free passes. Cheating ### team!

  45. Great hit.

    Take the 15yds and move on.

    At that time, in that game, Church has to take the shot.

    Big boy football.

    The patsies will find anything to whine about.

  46. Church is full of it. Never saw an entire defense play as dirty as the Kags have. They deserved to lose that game. Not a NE fan but was so happy. nE won. Jaguars are an embarrassment to the game of football. Even on the last kneel downs the clowns were still acting up. Go home to Duvall ,

  47. Nofoolnodrool says:
    January 21, 2018 at 9:33 pm

    So Gronk should have been tossed for his punk like sucker punch….right. Cant have it both ways..oh wait you can if you are the Pats….smdfh
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    Well, that wasn’t helmet to helmet, but sure, why not. Is the NFL serious or not about head injuries and concussions?

  48. Observable symptoms
    There are seven observable symptoms used to identify players with concussions.
    Those are:

    1. Any loss of consciousness
    2. Slow to get up following a hit to the head (“hit to the head” may include secondary contact with the playing surface)
    3. Motor coordination/balance problems (stumbles, trips/falls, slow/labored movement)
    4. Blank or vacant look
    5. Disorientation (e.g., unsure of where he is on the field or location of bench)
    6. Clutching of head after contact
    7. Visible facial injury in combination with any of the above

    When spotters or other medical personnel see those signs, that’s when the protocol goes into effect.

    Return to play process
    In addition to the in-game protocol, there is also a “Return-to-Participation Protocol” that can keep players out of action for more practices or games until they pass through and are cleared to return.

    It is a five-step process without any set timeline for a full return from a concussion:

    1. Rest and recovery: Until a player returns to the “baseline level of signs and symptoms and neurological examination,” (this exam is done at beginning of season when player is healthy ) only limited stretching and balance activities are recommended. Electronics, social media and team meetings are all to be avoided.

    2. Light aerobic exercise: The NFL recommends 10-20 minutes on a stationary bike or treadmill without resistance training or weight training. The cardiovascular activity is monitored by an athletic trainer to “determine if there are any recurrent concussion signs or symptoms.”

    3. Continued aerobic exercise and introduction of strength training: Increased duration and intensity of aerobic exercise with strength training added. An athletic trainer will supervise to watch for recurrent concussions signs or symptoms.

    4. Football specific activities: The cognitive load of playing football will be added and players will participate in non-contact activities for the typical duration of a full practice.

    5. Full football activity/clearance: A player returns to full participation in practice, including contact without restriction.

  49. Nothing worse than the “you can’t hit em high, you can’t hit em low” argument. How about targeting the mid section? Driving your shoulder into the midsection-thigh area?

  50. suncawy says:
    January 21, 2018 at 9:48 pm
    @nhpats

    Didn’t you predict a Jags/Vikings SB?

    Are you ever right about anything?
    —————————————————-

    Yeah, your i’m right that Brady and Belichick are not the GOAT, when you have to resort to cheating to win
    and I know who you are and where you live.

    ——————
    Ok Ill bite. Who am I and where do I live?

  51. It was a good hit. I wish that hit was still allowed.

    But the fact is, the game of Football is changing because of the health of our heroes.

    If we want the game to last, we need to accept these changes for the good of the game.

    – Pats Fan

  52. Pat lovers out in full force on this one. It was a bang bang play and clearly not malicious, unlike a certain elbow to the back of another players neck after the play was over a few weeks ago…

  53. killitandeatit says:
    January 21, 2018 at 9:43 pm

    Sadly ,this is a career ending injury for Gronk. There is no way he will be able to make coherent responses in a concussion evaluation.
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    They’ll have to alter the test slightly…ask Gronk if it is ok to eat Tide Pods…if he comes back with 10 ‘no’, he’s good to go…

  54. It’s funny that Gronk gets that targeting call…and the Pats get the 15 yards, when Kelce (fake Gronk) gets drilled two weekends ago… no flag, just a concussion. And Kelce’s was even more obvious head hunting. NFL likes to see East Coast teams in the big game, it’s a heck of a lot better for advertising rate$.

  55. That was a good hit..The NFL needs to review those plays just like they do at the college level.
    And they need to make pass interference a 15-yard penalty, too many cheap plays in a lot of games not just this one.

  56. Barry Church is a good, clean player. He has no history
    of dirty play. He plays the toughest position where plays are
    quick and tough to control. The history of a player should be
    taken into the circumstances. Church is not a cheap shot
    artist. It was a bang – bang play.

  57. Who would have thought Church was tall enough to ever hit Gronk in the head. Unless Church was on a step stool, the Gronk must have crouched down quite a ways.

  58. it was a good football play, he just slightly missed his target. Had he taken Gronk out at his knees, his other option, Gronk would be watching this year’s Super Bowl from a luxury suite.

  59. rugolin says:
    January 21, 2018 at 9:13 pm

    All the photos clearly show Church leading with this shoulder and making contact with Gronkowski’s chest. It looked like a clear cut football hit and no helmet to helmet contact.
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    You need to wake up Monday and go straight to the eye doctor. Don’t wait.

  60. To those of you who don’t want to see the college football targeting rule in the NFL, keep in mind a targeting ejection can be overturned by the booth. I’m certain NFL owners would never approve a targeting rule without that safeguard. Church would have been ejected under the targeting rules in place in the NCAA, and the booth would probably have confirmed the call.

  61. terripet says:
    January 21, 2018 at 9:07 pm
    Horrible call led with his shoulder pads Gronkowski put his head down that’s when it was head to head refs are undefeated when the cheaters play

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    So Gronk suffered an immaculate concussion?

  62. I might believe that Church was a “good, clean player” If he hadn’t ended the football career of Ricardo Lockette.

    Church nearly ended Lockette’s life. He is a cheap shot player. He always has been, always will be.

  63. As Bill Belichick himself said, Everything should be reviewable. The Patriots were only called for one penalty in the whole game? ONE? Seriously? Props to them if they win another Super Bowl, but a big assist to the referees too, who have apparently been in their corner all season.

  64. in no way, shape, or form was that a dirty hit..stop trying to ruin the game any further than it’s already been.

  65. Given the way the Jags played the whole game I do not give this guy the benefit of the doubt.

    Playing tough is not the same as playing dirty…which is what the Jags defense was up the whole game.

    Class is dismissed.

  66. bestcameraanglesnevershown says:
    January 21, 2018 at 11:33 pm

    It’s funny that Gronk gets that targeting call…and the Pats get the 15 yards, when Kelce (fake Gronk) gets drilled two weekends ago… no flag, just a concussion. And Kelce’s was even more obvious head hunting. NFL likes to see East Coast teams in the big game, it’s a heck of a lot better for advertising rate$.

    ____________________________________________

    Kelce was a ballcarrier, not a defenseless receiver.

  67. It was bang-bang. I don’t know if intentional or a penalty but he’s gotta think a little bigger than football. This “kill shot” is extremely dangerous for both guys. I’m not saying to let him catch it exactly but slow up a little and try to knock it away or just make a tackle. He was definitely trying to dislodge the ball, in which case these unavoidable helmet collisions happen.

  68. mullman76 says:
    January 21, 2018 at 10:08 pm

    The patsies will find anything to whine about.
    ——————–
    Yup, the weather in minnesota gets cold this time of year.

  69. Whether it was intentional or not, the only proper way to stop helmet to helmet hits, is that if you take a player off the field with a helmet to helmet hit, you come out as long as he does. If he’s out for the game, you’re out for the game. If he’s out for 3 plays, you’re out for 3 plays. Believe me, those hits will stop.

  70. I guess “What goes around, comes around” really is true. At least this hit happened in the heat of battle, and not against a defenseless player, on the sideline, after the whistle!

  71. I am a Cardinals fan. No dog in this fight. Just my observations.

    I don’t have a problem with the call on Church. What I do have a problem with is how Patrick Chung can mug Marcedes Lewis 3,4,or 5 times & NOT be called for PI. Or Gilmore holding on to Westbrook over & over again BUT A.J. Bouye does a awesome job of running the receiver to the sideline & they call Pass Interference. That is BULL!

    New England’s o-line also got away with murder holding, although Jacksonville hurt themselves by not rushing more than 4 guys most of the game.

    GO EAGLES!!!!!!!!

  72. I didn’t have a team in this game, but I can say I believe it was a penalty, but not intentional. These plays happen so fast, but we dissect them in slow motion. The defender appeared to lead with his shoulder, and went for the tackle. At that exact moment, Gronk caught the ball and turned to make a football play. Gronk’s head then comes down slightly and contact is made. So easy for us to judge when we see it in slow motion. How can these guys at full speed make every adjustment to avoid such unfortunate consequences. Again, Penalty, not intentional.

  73. skawh says:
    January 21, 2018 at 10:05 pm
    To all the NE fans, was Gronk “thrown out of the game after his clearly dirty hit on a defenseless defender?”

    NE and their fan base want EVERY advantage, AFTER already having every advantage. Facing Nick Foles now in the SB, after barely beating Blake Bortles?

    GOATS don’t face backup’s. Joe Montana is the GOAT. You never saw Marino getting free passes. Cheating ### team!

    ——————
    Oh so now having the Eagles as a SB opponent is cheating? You hear that Eagles fans? You just got dissed big.

  74. blackbug99 says:

    January 22, 2018 at 7:17 am

    I guess “What goes around, comes around” really is true. At least this hit happened in the heat of battle, and not against a defenseless player, on the sideline, after the whistle!
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    BINGO! I hope you miss the SB Gronk….karma

  75. Anyone who says that hit was an obvious attempt to concuss Gronk should be banned from commenting on football for the rest of their lives. You are either unintelligent or blinded by team loyalty.

  76. For all you conspiracy theorists…

    I believe the Titans/Pats officiating was terrible, inept and unprofessional. Did the calls favor the pats? Yes. However, I DO NOT believe the officials are smart or crooked enough to participate in a conspiracy to help the Pats.

    I believe the Jags/Pats officiating was spot-on and professional. Did the calls favor the pats? Yes. However, I DO NOT believe the officials are smart or crooked enough to participate in a conspiracy to help the Pats.

    The best team won both games!

  77. jcjaguar says:
    January 22, 2018 at 7:54 am
    blackbug99 says:

    January 22, 2018 at 7:17 am

    I guess “What goes around, comes around” really is true. At least this hit happened in the heat of battle, and not against a defenseless player, on the sideline, after the whistle!
    —————————————————————-

    BINGO! I hope you miss the SB Gronk….karma

    ================================================

    so Church missing the Super Bowl is karma also. although it is funny he had to leave Dallas to be on a contender. enjoy the offseason 42

  78. I have no sympathy for Gronk. I don’t think it was intentional. But if it was, maybe NE fans, he was just “frustrated”. You excused Gronk’ s intentional actions. He deserves whatever he gets with either type of hit. He painted his own target.

  79. jcjaguar says:
    January 22, 2018 at 7:54 am
    blackbug99 says:

    January 22, 2018 at 7:17 am

    I guess “What goes around, comes around” really is true. At least this hit happened in the heat of battle, and not against a defenseless player, on the sideline, after the whistle!
    —————————————————————-

    BINGO! I hope you miss the SB Gronk….karma

    ——-

    “Karma” called…Gronk is definitely playing in 2 weeks.

  80. HAHAHA look at all the Pats fans in the beginning whining that it doesn’t take a genius to see it was a dirty hit. It wasn’t leading with his helmet at all, I’m surprised they called it a penalty even. This is a joke. There wont be any penalties or fines coming from this hit and that is how you know the league will say that it wasn’t a dirty play

  81. It was an unfortunate football play that was unintentional. Unlike the WWE cheap shot Gronk layed on Tre White 5 seconds after the play was over a few weeks ago. Karma acts in strange ways.

  82. The fix was in. And it’s not the Pats fault. The NFL clearly wanted the Pats over the Jags for the big game. The Pats just did what they are getting paid to do. Did anyone really think that Blake Bortles was capable of driving for a TD in the last 2 minutes of a game with the game on the line?

  83. terripet says:

    January 21, 2018 at 9:07 pm

    Horrible call led with his shoulder pads Gronkowski put his head down that’s when it was head to head refs are undefeated when the cheaters play.
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    Apparently it’s very miserable being a Jets fan. Led with his shoulder perhaps, but clearly made a helmet to helmet hit, while Gronk was running upright with his head up.

  84. The target area, above Gronk’s knees and below his head, is about the size of an entire average human being. A professional athlete ought to be able to land a shoulder somewhere in there.

  85. “All the photos clearly show Church leading with this shoulder and making contact with Gronkowski’s chest. It looked like a clear cut football hit and no helmet to helmet contact.”

    No helmet to helmet contact? Are we in the twilight zone?

    You people have completely lost it.

  86. skawh says:
    January 21, 2018 at 10:05 pm
    To all the NE fans, was Gronk “thrown out of the game after his clearly dirty hit on a defenseless defender?”

    NE and their fan base want EVERY advantage, AFTER already having every advantage. Facing Nick Foles now in the SB, after barely beating Blake Bortles?

    GOATS don’t face backup’s. Joe Montana is the GOAT. You never saw Marino getting free passes. Cheating ### team!

    ————

    You still mad ‘bro?

  87. If that wasn’t a dirty hit, what does a dirty hit look like? Aim for the side of the head and bull your neck to absorb the blow. He should be banned for a year.

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