Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

Bills coach Sean McDermott on Monday about how his team will approach playing Rob Gronkowksi this Sunday after his illegal hit two weeks ago against Tre'Davious White: "We got too much work to do, and this is too good of an opponent for us to talk about it or think about it."

Seth Walder ESPN Analytics 

There is a 45% chance of a Steelers-Patriots rematch at some point in the postseason, per FPI.

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

With their win Sunday, the Patriots ensured a first-place AFC East finish. As part of the 2018 scheduling formula, that means a visit to the AFC North first-place finisher. So it is back to Pittsburgh in the 2018 regular season.

Gronk not letting back injuries derail future (0:58)

Seth Walder ESPN Analytics 

Here are the latest FPI ratings, with a close three-team tier on top of the NFC. The Eagles, Saints and Vikings are all within .6 points per game of each other, and the Rams lurk just behind that group.

Riddick says Pats always find ways to win (0:42)

Kevin Seifert NFL Nation 

The quirkiest NFL Sunday in a long time included all of the league's greatest hits. The AFCs' No. 1 seed might have been decided when the Steelers' go-ahead touchdown was invalidated by the infuriating catch rule. Later, referee Gene Steratore granted the Cowboys a first down on a measurement so close that he used a folded index card to gauge it. And then, the Raiders lost possession on their final drive when quarterback Derek Carr's fumble dribbled out of the end zone for a touchback. All that was missing on this day was an illegal bat.

Pats take W over Steelers in dramatic finish (0:44)
Brady celebrates thrilling victory with his children on FaceTime (1:00)
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Steelers TE James 'sick' over overruled TD call

A dramatic ending to the Steelers-Patriots matchup turned controversial after officials overruled what appeared to be a go-ahead touchdown catch by the Steelers tight end Jesse James -- a decision derided by James and several of his teammates.

Gronkowski calls emotions on last drive a 'roller coaster' (0:28)
Brady praises Gronk for clutch play down stretch (0:53)

Tristan H. Cockcroft ESPN Senior Writer 

Rob Gronkowski scored 27.8 PPR fantasy points, his 19th career game of 25-plus in 100 career contests. Among tight ends in NFL history, only Tony Gonzalez (22) had more — and Gonzalez played 270 career games.