After a slow start, the New England Patriots offense has found its rhythm versus the visiting Miami Dolphins. The team scored a touchdown on its first drive – after a fake fourth down punt – and scored on its second possession as well. This time, it was a pass as Tom Brady connected with tight end Rob Gronkowski:
Miami's defense opts to play Gronkowski one-on-one. Despite solid coverage, though, the veteran was able to catch Brady's pass, which was placed perfectly to where only his intended target could grab it. Gronkowski has already caught three passes for 46 yards and the score above.
Furthermore, he also moved into the top-10 tight ends all time in receiving yards. And the game is only one quarter old – plenty of time for Gronkowski to add to his numbers.