After Rob Gronkowski’s inexcusable dirty hit on Buffalo Bills rookie cornerback Tre’Davious White during the Patriots-Bills game on Sunday, it’d be hard to find someone who agreed with the New England Patriots TE decision.
Well, look no further than New England Patriots radio commentator Scott Zolak.
Zolak, who’s a former Patriots quarterback and the team’s current color commentator for it’s radio broadcasts didn’t see anything wrong with Gronk’s hit on White. He actually praised the tight end on.
No, seriously, he cheered on a dirty hit:
“Good. Good for him,” Zolak says. “You’re going to hold him the whole way?”
The hit knocked White out of the game and diagnosed him with concussion. Patriots head coach Bill Belichick called the hit “bullshit” — and Gronkowski was suspended one game.
But don’t tell that to this fool, Steve Zolak.