The Patriots have as many games with 50 points scored (two) as the rest of the league combined, but their 59-24 win Sunday over the Colts may have come with a cost. Tight end Rob Gronkowski broke his forearm blocking on the final point-after. Considering that Gronkowski is practically uncoverable when he's on his game, this can't be good news for the surging Patriots, although their big lead in the AFC East provides a cushion as they hope for Gronkowski's return in time for the playoffs.

Injured on a PAT?

It's somewhat galling that Gronkowski was injured on a point-after -- even more so considering the game was well in hand.


Should Rob Gronkowski have been playing on the last extra point attempt in the Patriots' 59-24 victory over the Colts?


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