Tony Romo made national headlines after the AFC Championship Game for his uncanny ability to call out plays before they happened during CBS’s broadcast.
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Romo made a seamless transition from NFL QB to analyst, and said he believed Sunday’s matchup provides a unique matchup between two highly competent coaching staffs.
Romo focused on the Patriots’ Bill Belichick and the Rams’ Sean McVay.
“You’re going to see real-time adjustment in this football game going on by both sides, and I think that’s one of the more enjoyable aspects of this game going in,” Romo said. “We’re just starting to get into it a little bit more right now, but I think by the end of the week you’ll find that this game will start off a certain way, and someone will have an advantage like the Patriots did last week with the Chiefs, and then there will be an adjustment that will be made.
“If you don’t, you probably won’t beat one of these staffs because their ability to change it up and basically get in to the best possible stuff as the game goes on is really a credit to them how good they are.”
Still, a lot of the media attention during the CBS Sports’ press conference fell on Romo’s ability to make predictions and he wasn’t let off the hook when asked for a final score in Super Bowl LIII.
Romo has refused to identify the winner but he obliged by forecasting a close game.
There you have it.
Romo-adamus has spoken.
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