Monday Morning Doughnuts

Tom Brady dives for the end zone. (Photo by: AP Photo/Steven Senne)

Tom Brady dives for the end zone.
(Photo by: AP Photo/Steven Senne)

Who doesn’t love doughnuts? Krispy Kreme or Dunkin’ doesn’t matter, all doughnuts are amazing.

These players are the ones who shined the brightest and performed the best during the Patriots win over the Chiefs, earning some doughnuts.

1. TE Rob Gronkowski:

Gronk’s injuries were much to do about nothing during the week leading up to the game as he looked healthy running all over the Chiefs defense. Gronk caught 7 passes for 83 yards and 2 touchdowns. He was huge in this game, picking up third downs for first downs, and of course, the touchdowns. He was great during this game, especially with everyone healthy again. He’s a huge reason the Pats offense was successful Saturday.

2. WR Julian Edelman:

The offense returns to being awesome as soon as MiniTron returns to the team, how about that? He’s so important not only to Brady, but the OL and Gronk, and that was proven Saturday. Gronk and Edelman work well together, but they need each other, no doubt about it after that game this past weekend. I didn’t know how effective Edelman would be, a lot of people didn’t after he missed two months of playing time and running around with a steel plate in each shoe, but he was as good as ever. He had a few drops, but that’s okay, because he caught more than he dropped. In his first game back, Edelman caught 10 passes for 100 yards. Keep on keeping on MiniTron.

3. QB Tom Brady:

He’s just simply a great QB am I right? He destroyed the Chiefs defense with his quick passes, accuracy, and ability to extend plays. He moved up, down, and around the pocket to extend several plays, helping the OL, and he even ran the ball for a nice 10 yards on one play. He leaped up took a big shot and still tried to score, and then right after getting back out there and QB snuck it for a touchdown. He’s just a different animal in the postseason. He’s better in the postseason than the regular season and that’s saying something. He did great, he had three total touchdowns.

4. OL:

Time to give them major props for Saturday. Everybody had written them off, even me, before this game ever began. I thought the only way to win would be the wide outs getting open and the quick passes, but the offensive line more than played their part, they played their hearts out. They stuffed the pass rush, sure more than a few times they gave up pressure, but not all the time like in previous games. They are good enough to win out if the OL can keep up that kind of performance. GREAT JOB OFFENSIVE LINE!




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