Patriots TE Rob Gronkowski might debut in Week 4
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Patriots TE Rob Gronkowski might debut in Week 4

After a long road of rehab and countless news updates, New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski @RobGronkowski could start during Sunday Night Football according to ESPN's Chris Mortensen. "He's probably ready to play. I think they're leaning 60-40 [to play him]," said Mortensen.

Fantasy Analysis:

Gronk is a beast, but the gut feeling here is to sit him for one game regardless to see how he plays, especially if my fantasy squad already has a decent option at tight end. Any official announcement about whether he play or not will probably come as a game-time decision. The Pats certainly need him with injuried piled up and so many rookies contributing on offense.


2 Comments | Add Yours

I bet he doesn't play this week.

Posted by:
yardpenalty 09/25/13 10:23 PM

I tried the "wait and see" approach with Josh Gordon and look how that turned out. If he is on the field, he should be in your lineup. At least give him a flex spot.

Posted by:
kirkblackwood 09/26/13 11:46 AM

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