Tampa Bay Buccaneers tight end Rob Gronkowski has made team history early on in the 2021 season. He has become the first player in Buccaneers history with four or more receiving touchdowns through the first two games of a season. So far, Gronk has taken over this offense.
Rob Gronkowski is the first player in Buccaneers franchise history with four-or-more receiving touchdowns through the first two games of a season.
— Buccaneers Communications (@BuccaneersComms) September 19, 2021
Last week, Tom Brady and Rob Gronkowski connected for their 100th touchdown, which is an unbeliveable accomplishment. So far, Gronkowski has 102 career touchdowns, and looks to add to that. Tom Brady’s chemistry with his All-Pro tight end, dating back to their days in New England looks better than ever.
Rob Gronkowski has four touchdowns this season so far, all coming in the red zone, where he does his most damage. This season, Gronkowski looks as good has he has ever looked in his 10 year career. And is on pace for a career year already.
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