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2005 SB39 vs Eagles: comparing TO's injury to Gronk's

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  1. Double TE

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    Just watched the highlights on the NFL Network where TO played with two screws in his ankle and against MD orders and still did very well. If he can do that then I am pretty sure that Gronk can as well. I am sure it will be super sore the next day and for weeks after but he'll be fine for next season anyway. So to make a long story short I think Gronk can be pretty effective even with the less than 100% ankle.

    Thoughts?
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    Re: 2005 sb

    Gronk. Will. Play.

    Hay-soos marimba! He's going to play...probably really well considering he came back to play in the game he was hurt.
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    Its the Super Bowl of course he'll step up to play the game of his life.
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    I wonder if Gronk has been sleeping in the hyperbaric chamber like TO did.
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    My thoughts are the Gronk has full range of motion and the only question will be a matter of how much pain can he endure.

    Given that this is the Super Bowl and he will have 100% adreneline - not to mention a couple shots of painkillers before the game and at halftime - I think he's going to be just fine.
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