In the immortal words of Peaches & Herb, Tom Brady and Rob Gronkowski are reunited, and it feels so good.
Brady was 4-for-5 on his opening drive of the 2016 season, passing for 65 yards. The drive was highlighted by a 34-yard pass from Brady to Gronk, who caught two passes for 53 yards. For the Cleveland Browns’ defenders, tackling a freight train might have been easier.
— NFL (@NFL) October 9, 2016
The drive was punctuated on a one-yard touchdown run from LeGarrette Blount, putting New England up 7-0.
Cleveland surprisingly answered shortly afterwards with a touchdown of their own to tie the game up at seven apiece midway through the first quarter.