Tom Brady revealed on the NFL 100 All-Time Team finale that an offseason trip to Tennessee led to the discovery of a play that would help make Rob Gronkowski one of the most dominant tight ends of all-time. The play came from Peyton Manning.
According to the Patriots quarterback, he took the play that Manning had taught him during that offseason meeting to then offensive coordinator Bill O’Brien and they incorporated it into New England’s offense.
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Brady estimated as much as 50 percent of Gronk’s production came on that single play.
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