Late the fourth quarter of the Patriots 23-3 over Buffalo, Bills rookie cornerback Tre'Davious White intercepted a Tom Brady pass intended for Rob Gronkowski. As White laid on the sideline after the play, Gronkowski dove in and drove his elbow into the back of White's helmet. The cheap shot ultimately led to a concussion for the Bills rookie. Gronkowski apologized for the hit after the game, and later admitted that he let his frustrations with the officiating get the better of him on the play.
Clay Travis says even though Gronkowski has a relatively clean reputation, the NFL has no choice but to suspend the Patriots tight end for one game. Take a listen to the audio clip below to hear his reasoning why.