Gronkowski will look to Steel headlines this time; SUNDAY MORNING QUARTERBACK.
Byline: ANDY COLVIN
Rob Gronkowski almost played the perfect game for the New England Patriots away to Miami last week.
Thrown to eight times, eight passes caught for 107 yards, a touchdown.
Sadly for Gronk, his day will be remembered for the one play he didn't make when his missed tackle on Kenyan Drake led to the Miracle in Miami as the Dolphins won 34-33.
That guarantees Gronk will be angry man when he faces Pittsburgh Steelers tonight and that's bad news for Mike Tomlin's side.
The big tight end has enjoyed plenty of success against D/ them over the years with eight career touchdowns.
He's a surprisingly generous 13/8 to score a TD at anytime tonight.
Dallas Cowboys won an overtime thriller against Philadelphia last week with Amari Cooper snagging three TDs. That should mean blanket coverage for Cooper in Indianapolis and free up room for fellow receiver Cole Beasley to flourish.
Beasley is 5/1 to score a TD anytime.
Finally, the freefalling Washington Redskins travel to Jacksonville to face the Jags with a horror injury list. Both quarterbacks are out.
Their quarterback will be Josh Johnson, who hasn't thrown an NFL pass for eight years and looks ripe for the picking. A Jags defence/ special teams TD is 4/1. The treble pays a shade over 78/1. ANDY COLVIN 1 Andy's belters Gronkowski, Beasley, Jaguars D/ST anytime TDs 78/1
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|Publication:||Sunday Mail (Glasgow, Scotland)|
|Date:||Dec 16, 2018|
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