Rob Gronkowski’s victory dance looked a little different this time.
Over the weekend, Gronkowski traded his title of Tampa Bay tight-end to good samaritan when he helped a stranger jump start their car and ended it with a celebratory dance.
“Go Rob, go Rob, I did it! I did it!” onlookers heard him shouting.
Adored both on and off the field, the Tampa Bay tight-end proved he’s never too good to lend a helping hand. Not only did he give the couple the gift of assisting them in jump-starting their car, but he also added to the experience by busting out his signature moves. His random act of kindness reminds us that the friendly neighborhood Rob Gronkowski will always be there to help.
Rob Gronkowski Joins Tom Brady On Tampa Bay Team
After taking a year off from football, Gronkowski joined the Buccaneers in the offseason. Before that, he played for the New England Patriots. Commentators speculated that Gronkowski took the year to recover as he dealt with his sustained injuries with the Patriots.
Gronkowski reunited with his teammate, Tom Brady, who also joined the Buccaneers in the offseason after spending most of his career with the Patriots, winning six Super Bowl titles.
In the Buccaneers’ 15 games this season, Gronkowski has played in every one. His time with the Tampa Bay team has contributed to their success this season: he’s had 43 catches for 594 yards and seven touchdowns. It’s his highest touchdown total since 2017 when he became an All-Pro and a Pro Bowler, finishing the season with eight touchdowns.
Gronkowski and Brady helped the Buccaneers finalize their spot in the playoffs, which hadn’t happened since 2007. They also hadn’t had more than nine wins since 2010.
The Buccaneers will face off against the Atlanta Falcons on Sunday as the playoff game looms in the nearby future. Who and where the Buccaneers will play in the playoffs is still yet to be determined.