Titans reporter Jason Wolf and columnist Joe Rexrode on the Tennessee Titans’ season-opening loss to the Oakland Raiders at Nissan Stadium.
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Former Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo made his NFL broadcasting debut this past Sunday as the color analyst for the Tennessee Titans’ opener against the Oakland Raiders. Romo replaced Phil Simms this season in the broadcast booth, while Simms is now on CBS’ pregame show, NFL Today.
His partner in the booth, Jim Nantz, joked at the beginning of the broadcast that they “have been practicing since May.” Though, he was probably referring to the players.
But maybe it was Romo he was talking about? Because he sure seemed to know what was coming before the plays happened at Nissan Stadium.
So the question begs to be asked: Is Tony Romo an NFL broadcasting psychic?
He called a Marshawn Lynch run. He also said he had “five dollars” on a run to the left for Tennessee, which it was, to Derrick Henry.
Everything from defensive schemes to a field goal down the middle, Romo seemed to be a step ahead on.
Take a look for yourself and you be the judge: experienced former NFL quarterback or football psychic?