Patriots Radio Guy Cheers Rob Gronkowski’s Dirty Hit: ‘Good. Good For Him’ (VIDEO)
After Rob Gronkowski delivered a blatant cheap shot to the body and head of Buffalo Bills rookie Tre’Davious White during the Pats win on Sunday, you were hard pressed to find anybody who agreed that the Patriots TE did nothing wrong.
Well, that one guy was found.
Scott Zolak, a former Patriots backup QB and the team’s color commentator for its radio broadcasts, didn’t see an issue with what Gronk did because he believed White got away with holding him, which led to his interception of Tom Brady’s pass. Seriously, he cheered on the dirty hit because pass interference wasn’t called.
“Good. Good for him,” Zolak says. “You’re going to hold him the whole way?”
Pats head coach Bill Belichick found something wrong with the cheap shot. He told Bills head coach Sean McDermott that the hit was ‘bullshit. The league also found something wrong with it and suspended Gronk for one game as a result.