Originally Posted by Jasper17
1. Most of New England's run game is zone stuff, inside trap, or run out of the spread (not necessarily relying on the TE as an in-line blocker) so how you can deduce Gronkowski's blocking abilities escapes me.
2. THAT's ALL you took out of all of that?
what the hell does running a ZBS have to do with whether or not a TE can block in line?
If he is spread out wide and and come in and whams the olb sealing the edge is that not effective blocking?
But most of all what the hell does the guard play have to do with the effectiveness of Gronk on the outside against the DE or OLB?
He deduces his skills by watching the game.