The New England Patriots marched right down the field again after Tim Tebow's fumble put the Denver Broncos' defense back out on the field. This time, the drive resulted in a 10-yard, diving, bobbled catch from tight end Rob Gronkowski, reminding everyone how he set the record for touchdowns by a tight end in the regular season.
It was already Gronkowski's fourth catch of the day, for 47 yards, and Tom Brady is on absolute fire. He's 8/8 for 79 yards and two touchdowns, reminding everyone who the true Golden Boy of the NFL has been for years.
This drive was a relative marathon compared to their first one, a 1:51 scoring assault. The Pats took seven plays to go 59 yards in 3:25, mixing in passing and rushing to keep the Broncos' defense on their heels and scrambling to keep up. 14-0 Patriots.