Rob Gronkowski caught three passes for 31 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's Week 10 win over the Bills.
On a Sunday dominated by tight ends around the league, Gronkowski was kept relatively quiet. He was targeted just four times on the day and drew a defensive pass interference call in the end zone to help set up Stevan Ridley's touchdown run. Gronk found pay dirt from two yards out in the second quarter. It was an underwhelming day considering the state of the Bills' defense. Gronk has the Colts next on the schedule, and they are the second-best in the league at covering opposing tight ends. He's still a top-three player at the position no matter what, though.