Gronkowski presents the biggest matchup problem on the entire Patriots' offense, and nearly in arguably in the entire NFL.
"He is an outstanding player and you hope that what you are doing or how you defend him -I don't know if you could ever limit him but maybe where it doesn't hurt you", Marrone said. However, Ramsey said the Patriots don't need to gas him up, as he is pumped up and motivated ahead of their Sunday clash: "I mean, that is what I do".
"It (Jacksonville) is the best team we are facing all year coming up in the AFC Championship Game this weekend", he said "We have to be ready".
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The 28-year-old Gabon striker was left out as his side drew 1-1 at Hertha Berlin on Friday, but Wenger said: "Aubameyang, no". Sanchez retweeted the link to the article on Sunday, the first activity from his official Twitter account since January 7.
Rob Gronkowski was targeted by Tom Brady on a first-and-10 play from the Patriots' 40-yard line. I think he said it (Super Bowl guarantee) because everybody are still doubting us, but we are still going to keep having confidence in ourselves. They haven't done that for a tight end.
Patriots defensive tackle defensive tackle Adam Butler also gave a terse reaction toward Ramsey's prediction with ESPN, "If you're going to make a statement like that, you better be able to back it up".
"Jalen, he's a freak - tall, rangy, long arms and physical and can run", Lewis said. "Jalen is a good corner and he plays against wide receivers". When you get a guy disrupting stuff and punching you and messing up your stride and all of that, it can be tough. "It'd be a matchup that would be interesting".