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Boston Herald Sep 18, 2015
More to come from Scott Chandler

More to come from Scott Chandler

FOXBORO — The Patriots unveiled a series of spectacular ways to burn a defense by combining the forces of tight ends Rob Gronkowski and Scott Chandler during their season opening win against the Steelers.Still, Chandler wasn’t anywhere close to full tilt.The Patriots left a lot in the bag with the 6-foot-7, 260-pounder, who only played 24-of-57 snaps. If the Patriots increase Chandler’s workload Sunday against the Bills, one of their prized offseason additions could burn his former team at Ralph Wilson Stadium.
Boston Herald Sep 11, 2015
Guregian: Gronk, Chandler a dynamic duo

Guregian: Gronk, Chandler a dynamic duo

FOXBORO — As the story goes, the Steelers came to Gillette Stadium last night with this grand plan to stop Rob Gronkowski. They figured stuffing the all-world tight end was the key to beating the Patriots.So they were going to jam him, hit him, and slug him silly at the line.Really?The only ones looking silly last night were the Men of Steel, who looked more like the Men of Jello whenever they came anywhere near Gronk, or his sidekick, Scott Chandler.
Pats Pulpit Sep 10, 2015

Fast Tempo, Rob Gronkowski Key as the Patriots Defeat the Steelers 28 to 21 in the Season Opener

The Patriots started their season on the right foot with a victory over the Steelers. The New England Patriots coaching staff knew exactly how they wanted to approach the first game of the season against the Pittsburgh Steelers. A heavy dose of Julian Edelman in the open field and then tight end Rob Gronkowski and Scott Chandler in the red zone left the Steelers defense without much hope on the day. The Patriots were victorious with a 28-21 final score. Offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels dialed up the tempo with plenty of success as the Steelers looked to play on their heels the entire...

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