With Rob Gronkowski Set To Return, Patriots' Offense Should Improve After Bye

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With Rob Gronkowski Set To Return, Patriots' Offense Should Improve After Bye
With Rob Gronkowski Set To Return, Patriots' Offense Should Improve After Bye

FOXBORO, Mass. — Tom Brady has said many times this season the New England Patriots' offense has yet to reach its potential. Will it finally do so after a much-needed bye week? That remains to be seen, but it's safe to expect some offensive improvement from the Patriots when they return to action next Sunday against the New York Jets. For starters, the Patriots should have a healthy Rob Gronkowski at their disposal for the first time in weeks. The All-Pro tight end missed three of New England's last four games as he recovered from ankle and back injuries, and he didn't look close to 100 percent in the fourth, catching just three passes on eight targets for 43 yards in a Week 8 win over the Buffalo

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