Maybe, but if Gronkowski was playing at 100%, who knows if it would have even come down to a play like that? It was fairly obvious after a while that Gronk was only in there for his "presence". His job was to draw extra attention from the defense and help other guys get open. He only caught 2 passes in the whole game. If you knew going in that Gronk was only going to have 2 catches and no TDs in the Super Bowl, you would think the Patriots hopes of winning would be pretty slim. The Giants quickly figured out that he was not even close to 100% and started paying less attention to him. A healthy Gronkowski gives Brady an extra dangerous option, especially on 3rd down and in the red zone...an option that he did not have yesterday. The game never comes down to one play, it's always the random combination of plays over the course of the game that sets up something like the dramatic Hail Mary you saw last night. What if Bradshaw had managed to get down on the 1 and didn't score? It could have come down to a field goal with no time left to give the Giants the win...and Tynes could have missed it, making the final 17-15 Pats. You never know...you just have to play every down to the best of your ability and leave the rest to elements. Hats off to the Giants...they really deserved it...but the Pats shouldn't hang their heads either. Just getting to the Super Bowl is a huge accomplishment, and Rob Gronkowski is certainly a big reason why they were there in the first place.