It hasn't taken long for Rob Gronkowski to establish himself as one of the greatest tight ends ever to play the game. If there were a few names who could top Gronkowski on the All-Time list, it would be his counter part on Sunday Jason Witten and Tony Gonzalez.
Gonzalez ranks in the top five in NFL history in receptions, while Witten is inching closer to the all-time Cowboys record.
In just over five years, Gronkowski has staked his own claim to NFL history, as he has racked up an incredible 58 touchdowns (equaling Witten's touchdown numbers over 13 seasons).
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“I think he’s dynamic with the ball,” Witten said. “They have a passing attack that’s a vertical passing attack. I think it complements a couple of things: the quarterback [Tom Brady] hangs on him with the throws and he does a great job running routes. He’s big-time with the touch catch. He’s got a large radius to get the ball and he’s really good after he catches it. To be able to average that is really hard, so that’s what I mean, you respect the way he plays.”