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    Re: Best NFL TV Broadcast

    Quote Originally Posted by Donnybaseball72 View Post
    Why? Because he was a Cowboy? Seems like the interview process at ESPN/NFL Network goes like this:

    "What are your qualifications?"

    "Uh, I played for the Cowboys"

    "You're hired"
    I hate the Cowboys but I like Romo and I just think he's personable enough and knows the game well enough to make for good TV.

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    Re: Best NFL TV Broadcast

    Quote Originally Posted by RhodyYanksFan View Post
    I hate the Cowboys but I like Romo and I just think he's personable enough and knows the game well enough to make for good TV.
    How is he personable? Peyton did and does far more commercials and is better at public speaking yet he doesn't have a commenting job yet. I have never heard Romo even speak outside of mandatory press conferences and that NFL shop commerical. If he gets a commenting job as soon as he retires it would be because he played QB for the Cowboys.

    Let first see him do some part time TV work doing the off season like some other near-retirement players did to showcase their potential.

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    Re: Best NFL TV Broadcast

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    Worst:
    Phil Simms (Ugh - I can't take him, I can't believe anyone can)
    Finally. Sheesh.

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    Re: Best NFL TV Broadcast

    Quote Originally Posted by RhodyYanksFan View Post
    I bet Romo is the next great color commentary guy.
    Good call. Kudos.

    (Well, on him getting the job at least. It remains to be seen how well he does)

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    Re: Best NFL TV Broadcast

    What a joke. He has zero broadcasting experience and hasn't even done a test recording. Ex-Cowboys continue to cut the broadcasting/Analyst line to the top jobs.

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    Re: Best NFL TV Broadcast

    Quote Originally Posted by JDPNYY View Post
    Good call. Kudos.

    (Well, on him getting the job at least. It remains to be seen how well he does)

    Thanks. Looking forward to hearing him.
    Also looking forward to Rex Ryan in the ESPN studio. He should be good there as well.

    Quote Originally Posted by Donnybaseball72 View Post
    What a joke. He has zero broadcasting experience and hasn't even done a test recording. Ex-Cowboys continue to cut the broadcasting/Analyst line to the top jobs.
    They're one of my 2 least favorite teams but there's no denying they drive ratings so of course this will happen. I'm 100% positive Romo will be better than Simms so that's all I care about.

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    Re: Best NFL TV Broadcast

    Did Simms get dropped down to the #2 team, or is he out altogether?

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    Re: Best NFL TV Broadcast

    CBS has said they hope he'll stay, though they haven't specifically said what role he'd continue in.

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