Rob Gronkowski needs to get his own holiday special next year and this Instagram video is why.

If you are not already following Rob Gronkowski on Instagram, you really need to do yourself a favor.

He is hilarious and you never know what he is going to get up to next, like the delightful holiday story he recorded himself reading on Sunday.

In Gronk's version of How the Grinch Stole Christmas, the Grinch is more gray than green and is none other than his former coach, Bill Belichick.


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"Santa Gronk's" version of the Dr. Seuss classic goes like this:

“Every bro up in Foxborough likes partying a lot,

but the Grinch who coached in Foxborough did not.

The Grinch hated partying during the football season,

you don’t need to ask why, you know the reason.

It had to be because we partied through the night,

and then the next day, we get nothing right.

The Grinch would get so mad, it almost caused a riot,

he made us stop partying and start Tom [Brady’s] TB12 diet.”

So funny, but he wasn't done yet:

“My teammates and I were so iffy to say the least,

even hungover, we still win the AFC East.

The Grinch reminded us that nobody remembers division winners,

no drinking through the playoffs, not even wine with our dinners.

Then something magical happened in the postseason each year, t

he Grinch was right all along — the final scores made that clear.

We beat the entire AFC, we be Super Bowl bound.

The Grinch would say, ‘If you win this one, I’ll buy the first round!'”

Then he wrapped things up with:

“We went out and won, but that wasn’t a surprise.

The Grinch was so happy, his hoodie — I mean heart — doubled in size.

I showed the Grinch how to rage, since I know those type of things.

Thus concludes a tale of a how the Grinch won six rings.

The end.”

I don't know if he actually wrote it, but the story is great. I would definitely by that version to read to my kids at Christmas.

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