Can Rob Gronkowski Save the New England Patriots Offense?

B/R StudiosFeatured ColumnistSeptember 13, 2013

In years past, Tom Brady and the New England Patriots offense have been a juggernaut. They simply morphed into whatever the team thought best suited the personnel on hand. 

They have rarely, if ever, looked as downright bad as they did Thursday night against the New York Jets

With Brady's frustration with his receivers boiling over at times and a limited ability to run the football, the Pats offense looks to be in some serious trouble. 

Can tight end Rob Gronkowski's return cure what ails them? 

In the video above, Bleacher Report's Aaron Nagler looks at what Gronk's eventual return will mean to a less-than-inspiring Patriots offense. 

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