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Discussion in 'National Football League' started by GREG, Jan 13, 2020.
"The news of ESPN going after Tony Romo makes it sound like they are trying to replace me."
I remember when Booger felt as though backing the offense up 5 yards in the Red Zone from the 10 to the 15 was like a godsend because it gave them more space.
Point is definitely understood but stupid. I can't imagine many offensive coordinators wanting to go from 3rd and 5 to 3rd and 10 with a first down attainable. He's rough.
ESPN did it to themselves though. They watched the Witten/Tessitore with Booger weirdly on his sideline throne experiment fail. So they doubled down in tossing him up in the booth.