Rob Gronkowski: A Photo Essay In Douchieness March 5, 2012  |  Chet

I’m not usually one to care much about what players do off the field but watching and listening to Rob Gronkowski has made me question if he doesn’t have a brain tumor. This photo essay really is a plea for him to have a cat scan. I know how difficult a NFL playbook is and I know he must be able to feed himself but I’m still doubtful that he can read and/or count past 20. Anyway, he just had the best season for a tight end in the history of the NFL so I’m not too worried about him. He’s going to get by somehow.

Here is a short photo essay depicting Gronk in all his douchey greatness. For my delightful commentary you have to clicky click the little “i” icon in the top right. That’s the best I could do people!

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I believe this pictorial essay is sufficient evidence to prove beyond a shadow of a doubt that The Gronky Tonk Man in fact is the biggest d-bag in America.

One Response

  1. Dedalus says:

    What a douchebag.

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