There is no way to defend Rob Gronkowski’s dirty hit on Bills corner Tre’Davious White following a 4th quarter interception, and after the game Bill Belichick didn’t try to.
When Belichick met Bills head coach Sean McDermott at midfield to exchange handshakes following the 23-3 Pats win, he made a point to apologize to McDermott for Gronk’s cheap shot, calling it “bull—-.’
The Hoodie deserves credit for manning up with an apology to try to set things straight because Gronkowski’s hit was indefensible. The code of these streets.
Bill Belichick apologizes to Sean McDermott for the Gronk hit that gave Tre’ White a concussion. Called it bull%^&*. pic.twitter.com/qfkBB9bgid
— Prescott Rossi (@PrescottRossi) December 3, 2017
Dirty play. RT @nfldraftupdate: Footage of the Gronk fiasco.
To make matters worse, he loaded up with obvious intent before driving into Tre'Davious White's head. pic.twitter.com/MDZk7oyK5e
— Dixon Tam (@DixonTam) December 3, 2017