(Photo: Kirby Lee, USA TODAY Sports) KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Rob Gronkowski wasn’t regretting the single target he got in the Patriots’ divisional success, or the four straight recreations he’d stopped at 25 yards entering Sunday in the wake of scoring 107 yards and a touchdown on eight gets in New England’s 34-33 misfortune to Miami early December. The Patriots tight end wasn’t bemoaning, either, the two block attempts Tom Brady tossed on focuses to him in a 37-31 win to send New England back to its third straight Super Bowl and ninth since 2001. The two passes focused on Gronkowski. No, Gronkowski, who got six of 11 focuses for 79 yards in the Patriots’ success, clarified his most recent two months in this way. “It’s simply fundamentally what the specialist orders,” he chuckled about head mentor Bill Belichick and Brady’s routinely changing courses of action, which vigorously highlighted their…

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