Gronkowski had a phenomenal catch to secure the win.
Rob Gronkowski has been one of the Patriots' biggest playmakers this decade. Coming into Super Bowl LIII, Gronkowski had already won two Super Bowls with the Pats and of course, picked up his third with the win last night. During last night's game, Gronk picked up six catches for 87 yards and made one of the biggest catches of the game which ended up setting up the game-winning touchdown. While Gronk is only 29 and should have a ton of football left in him, he's had his fair share of injuries and has been toying with the idea of retirement.
After the game, Gronk talked about his future, saying "You know, I haven't thought about that decision at all. Tonight's the night to celebrate with my team and in the future, that will ... you know, that will be decided in a few weeks or so," according to ESPN.
The Patriots tight end has been pretty tight-lipped about whether or not this will be his final season but considering just how dominant Gronk has been throughout his career, it's safe to say he will be considered for the Hall of Fame one day.
Check out Tom Brady and Gronk's latest celebratory video below and let us know what you thought of the Super Bowl.