Rob Gronkowski caught seven passes for 137 yards and two touchdowns in New England's Week 11 demolition of the Colts.
Gronk was also seen heading to the locker room with 3-4 minutes left in the game, though the Pats were leading 59-24 at the time of his departure. It will be something to monitor during the week. The pair of scores give Gronk 10 on the season, a total he's now reached in all three of his NFL campaigns. With 37 touchdowns in 42 career games, he's already solidified himself as one of the premier red-zone threats of his generation. Gronk is on pace for 85 catches, 1,197 yards and 16 touchdowns one year after posting a 90/1,327/17 line. With his blocking factored in, he's the NFL's top tight end, and it's not even close.