Everything turns into a party when Rob Gronkowski’s around. Gronk rolls now with his boy Johnny Foxboro again. Their team, the Tampa Bay Bucs, made it into the NFL playoffs.
And he’s dancing in the streets.
The soon to be Hall of Fame tight tend shucked and boogied singing “Go Rob, Go Rob, I did it, I did it” after helping a stranger jumpstart a car over the weekend.
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“I felt like dancin’ because the Pats and Belch missed the playoffs and the Bucs are in,” said Gronk.
“I knew if I danced someone would take a video that would go viral and Belch would see it. I want him to know how happy I am to not be playing for that sourpuss anymore.”
Gronk joined Brady’s team for the start of this season after sitting out a year because he didn’t want to play for the world’s least warm and fuzzy coach in the history of sports.
“Looks like Tommy B. is going to prove everybody right that he’s the biggest reason the Pats won six Super Bowls,” said Gronk. “We’re headed to the Super Bowl this year and Belch will spend the off-season sitting on his couch in his cut-off sweatshirts wondering why he allowed the greatest quarterback of all time to leave his team.”
On this same day, Johnny Foxboro, winner of six Super Bowl titles, had been well into his 22nd consecutive hour studying football films when he got a text from his boy Sammy Sportface that Gronk’s gone viral dancing on a highway.
Riffing off his boy Gronk’s happy mood, JFox dialed up his favorite Fez band music video about dancing called “Twist and Shout”:
“Can’t wait to play in the Super Bowl when the Bucs will rock and roll on the field while the Fez rock the house down during the half-time show,” said Johnny Foxboro. “This year is turning out just as I predicted nine months ago when Belch and I decided we hated each other so much that it was no longer worth it to be part of the same organization. I’ve got my team on the ascent towards a Super Bowl, Sportface has the Fez rising to national notoriety, and Belch is already out of the playoff hunt before the season has even ended.”
Making matters worse for Belch, today he cut Cam Newton, the quarterback he scrambled to find to lead his team this year into irrelevant oblivion.
“I remember asking Belch when we played an acrimonious round of golf earlier this year how many Super Bowls Cam had won in his career,” said Foxboro. “I wanted to stick the knife in, to remind him that without me he would never win another Super Bowl.”
His phone rings. It’s Gronk.
“Foxboro,” he said. “Have you heard this song by Leo Sayer called You Make Me Feel Like Dancing? You make me feel like dancin’, bro. We’re going to the Super Bowl, bro. And we’re doing it without Belch. We’re getting’ the last dance, bro.”
He puts on the tune and Foxboro does too.
They dance to Leo Sayer’s song seven times in a row – to fixate on the number of Super Bowls Johnny Foxboro will have in February.
To be continued…