Should Dallas Look to Former Cowboy for Offensive Help?by Prime Time Sports Talk January 22, 2019 0 comments
Tony Romo has been amazing, to say the least during his short stint working for CBS as their lead analyst.
He signed a huge contract with them before the start of the NFL season after retiring from the Dallas Cowboys in 2017.
Romo has always been thought of as an intelligent quarterback, but what he is doing in the booth is unimaginable. He appears to be a bright young broadcaster with an even brighter future.
Rumors have been flying around about him possibly leaving the booth to become an offensive coordinator in the near future, possibly even filling an NFL head coach vacancy.
He has predicted offensive plays beforehand, understood defensive schemes and showed why he is worth a lot of money.
The question remains, “Will Jerry’s “Golden Boy” come back to Dallas as their new offensive coordinator?”
I believe they should do whatever it takes to make it happen.