The Boston Globe considers Rob Gronkowski (broken left forearm) "almost definitely" out for the next four games, and after that the Patriots "will have to see."
Gronkowski will have surgery Monday. Per beat writer Greg Bedard, the injury occurred on the Patriots' final extra point, and not when New England appeared to be trying to run up the score against the Colts. There is some "thought" that Gronk could return in five weeks to contribute as a pass catcher but not a blocker, playing with a brace on the arm. Even in a best case scenario, Gronk would not be available to fantasy owners until Week 16 -- championship week -- and then it'd likely be in a limited role.