Gronk on his insane SNF block: 'I took [Brown] and threw him out of the club'

Rob Gronkowski was in rare form Sunday night. (Getty Images)
Rob Gronkowski was in rare form Sunday night. (Getty Images)

Tight end Rob Gronkowski had just four catches for 71 yards in Sunday night's 42-20 win over the Colts, but he was probably the game's second-biggest story after running back Jonas Gray.

There was the ridiculous 'GRONK CAN'T BE STOPPED' 26-yard touchdown.

But that was preceded by maybe the play of the game: Gronkowski blocking Colts safety Sergio Brown right out of the stadium on a Jonas Gray touchdown run (via SBNation).

And that's not just Gronk being a meathead. He has a perfectly reasonable explanation for the play that led to a 15-yard penalty.

"(Brown) was just yappin' at me the whole time," Gronkowski told NBCSN (via CSNNE.com). "So I took him and threw him out of the club."

All that culminated in this:

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