2015 Honors & Awards: 1st Team All-Pro (4th), Pro Bowl (4th), Pro Football Writers Association All-NFL Team
2015 Regular Season Stats: 15 games played/ 15 starts, 72 receptions, 1,176 Yards, 11 touchdowns
Gronkowski followed up his impressive 2014 campaign with his third career 1,000-yard season and fifth season with double-digit touchdown receptions.
- Rob Gronkowski hauled in 11 touchdown receptions in the regular season and added two more in the postseason.
- Gronkowski became the only tight end in NFL history to have 1,000 receiving yards and double-digit touchdowns in three different seasons.
- Gronkowski passed Ben Coates to become the Patriots all-time leader in receiving yards by a tight end (5,555).
- In the regular season opener, Gronkowski had five receptions for 98 yards and tied a career-high with three touchdowns.
- Gronkowski recorded 113 receiving yards and a TD in Week 2 at the Bills.
- In Week 10 at the Giants, Gronkowski had a career-best 76-yard fourth-quarter touchdown reception.
- In the AFC Championship game at Denver, against the No. 1 defense, Gronkowski hauled in eight receptions for 144 yards and a touchdown.
Check out our favorite photos of Patriots TE Rob Gronkowski from the 2015 season.
Belichick on Gronkowski: "Rob takes a lot of pride in whatever he does. He takes pride in a good block just like he takes pride in a good catch or takes pride in breaking a tackle or, for that matter, recovering an onside kick. He's been in a lot of different roles for us, but I can honestly say I've never seen him do anything but try his very best at those roles, whatever those happen to be."
Gronkowski in 2016: There isn't much more Gronkowski can accomplish in terms of personal stats. In terms of numbers he's already the best tight end in the game and if he remains healthy he'll no doubt add another 1,000-yard, double-digit touchdown season to his resume in 2016. Quite simply he's the most unstoppable offensive weapon in football.