Gronk’s book sets literary record for number of exclamation points

While Patriots players aren’t winning Super Bowls or cheating, they’re writing books. In his literary debut, tight end Rob Gronkowski co-wrote It’s Good to be Gronk. And it is exactly as you’d expect it – sonnet style compositions in iambic pentameter, stuffed with metaphoric analogy and ironic prose. He basically takes a fatty dump on the attempts of feeble foes like Whitman or Rowling. It’s as if Shakespeare was thrown into Walden’s pond and given a wheel-barrow of cocaine and a type-writer.

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