Week Four Analysis: Since Aaron Hernandez went down with an injury, one would think that Rob Gronkowski would see an increase in targets. It's actually quite the opposite. In the last two weeks since the Hernandez injury, Gronk has had only 12 targets, including a measly three targets last week. This week he gets Buffalo though, and I'm not sure if a player has ever dominated a team more than Gronk over Buffalo. In Gronkowski's four career games against the Bills, he has scored in each game, has scored twice in three of the four games, for a total of seven touchdowns. To top it off, last year he had 108 and 109 yards in the two games versus the Bills.
Week Three Analysis: With Aaron Hernandez out due to an ankle injury, will Rob Gronkowski somehow see more work? It's awful hard to improve on the 99 percent of offensive snaps Gronk has been on the field for, but it's feasible to believe that he may see an extra reception or two. Gronk has scored or topped 75 yards in six of his last seven games, including a playoff matchup with this week's opponent the Baltimore Ravens.