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Blogging The Boys Feb 12, 2019
Predicting Dak Prescott’s new contract: Why he deserves to be the third-highest paid QB in the NFL

Predicting Dak Prescott’s new contract: Why he deserves to be the third-highest paid QB in the NFL

How much is it going to cost to sign the Cowboys new franchise quarterback to a long-term deal? Dak Prescott is the Cowboys franchise quarterback. Whether fans like it or not, as long as we realize he’s going to be the guy - then, at least we know what’s coming. The team has believed in this kid early and they haven’t let up. It started with not giving a healthy Tony Romo his job back as the Cowboys were primed for a big playoff run in 2016 behind the rookie. It’s continued with roster changes that has included a complete makeover of the wide receiver position group. And let’s not...
SportsDay Feb 12, 2019
Why you can count on the fact that ex-Cowboys QB Tony Romo will 'never ever' coach in the NFL

Why you can count on the fact that ex-Cowboys QB Tony Romo will 'never ever' coach in the NFL

Jean-Jacques Taylor, Cowboys insider for NBC 5 in Dallas-Fort Worth (KXAS-TV) and host of JaM Session 9 a.m.-1 p.m. weekdays on 103.3 KESN-FM, answered questions during a recent live chat. Here are some highlights:We've obviously all asked the question by now: Do you think Tony Romo will ever take the next step and get into coaching? Or is it going to be broadcasting (and a lot of rounds of golf) for the long-haul?JJT: I'll bet you any amount that you can count that Tony Romo will never ever coach a game in the NFL. He's about to get a huge raise for being the lead broadcaster on CBS and he...
Blogging The Boys Feb 11, 2019
Pay the man because he is the man: Why Dak Prescott is getting a big new deal from the Cowboys

Pay the man because he is the man: Why Dak Prescott is getting a big new deal from the Cowboys

Rare things cost more. And few things are more rare than a legitimate NFL starting quarterback. In terms of NFL starting quarterbacks, Dak Prescott is the greatest bargain in the league. With salaries for the most crucial position in the game soaring, he is playing for the Dallas Cowboys on a fourth-round rookie deal that is the equivalent of pocket change. While there have been other late-round success stories like Tom Brady, and the Cowboys had UDFA Tony Romo become their starter, Prescott may be unique in that he has been the starter from the first game of his career despite being such a...
ClutchPoints Feb 8, 2019
Video: Tony Romo nearly pulls off a hole-in-one at Pebble Beach

Video: Tony Romo nearly pulls off a hole-in-one at Pebble Beach

During a celebrity golf tournament, former NFL quarterback turned TV analyst Tony Romo nearly hit a hole in one. at Pebble Beach. Romo was the main color commentator for the league during the NFL Playoffs and Super Bowl 53. Tony Romo continued his success on Friday at the Pebble Beach Golf Links. Romo hit his […] The post Video: Tony Romo nearly pulls off a hole-in-one at Pebble Beach appeared first on ClutchPoints.
SportsDay Feb 8, 2019
Why bringing on a veteran backup quarterback is probably not on the Cowboys' agenda

Why bringing on a veteran backup quarterback is probably not on the Cowboys' agenda

There are several questions surrounding the Dallas Cowboys now that the offseason is officially upon us. We answer some of the biggest questions in our latest installment of the Cowboys roundtable.The annual chatter about Jerry Jones being interested in hiring Saints coach Sean Payton has surfaced again. Is there a scenario in which this could actually happen?David Moore: The connection between Payton and Jerry Jones is legitimate. The two like and respect each other. You will hear stories later this month about how the two will be sighted drinking together in Indianapolis during the scouting...
SportsDay Feb 8, 2019
Tony Romo's latest display of wonder: The perfect golf shot from a hospitality tent at Pebble Beach Pro-Am

Tony Romo's latest display of wonder: The perfect golf shot from a hospitality tent at Pebble Beach Pro-Am

Not even Tony Romo could've predicted this. (Or so we think.)The former Dallas Cowboys quarterback-turned-CBS NFL color analyst moonlights as a golfer on occasion, and he's currently competing alongside PGA Tour professional Jim Furyk at the AT&T Pebble Peach Pro-Am in California.During Friday's play, Romo ended up on the patio of a hospitality tent on the 15th hole after sailing his drive.Like a scramble out of the pocket to turn a broken play into a touchdown, Romo lined up his next shot and pulled off what one golf media outlet has already dubbed the shot of the year.Of course he birdied...
SportsDay Feb 4, 2019
Did Tony Romo's silence on Cowboys question ahead of Super Bowl signal that he wants to see changes to franchise?

Did Tony Romo's silence on Cowboys question ahead of Super Bowl signal that he wants to see changes to franchise?

Tim Cowlishaw, Sports Columnist for the Dallas Morning News, joined ESPN Dallas 103.3 FM's Jam Session last week in Atlanta ahead of the New England Patriots' 13-3 Super Bowl victory over the Rams to discuss former Dallas Cowboys quarterback and now CBS Sports NFL analyst Tony Romo. Click below to hear the full discussion. On Romo refusing to answer Cowboys question: Here’s what interesting to me: It’s a very easy question -- “What do the Cowboys need to do to go to the next level?” -- to say that they’re the youngest team in the league, organically they’re going to get better...
Chicago Tribune Feb 4, 2019

Tony Romo delivers more laughs than predictions during his 1st Super Bowl broadcast

Tony Romo was wrong and in the end it was his broadcast partner, Jim Nantz, who called him on it. Earlier in the week, the famously clairvoyant CBS analyst predicted a 28-24 final score in Super Bowl 53. In the closing minutes of the first half of a painfully low-scoring, 3-0 game, Nantz ribbed...
Chicago Tribune Feb 4, 2019

Super Bowl winners and losers: Tony Romo, Tracy Wolfson, Coca-Cola and more

Not exactly the Super Bowl we all expected. Here are some of the winners and losers from Sunday’s extravaganza. Loser: Greg Zuerlein One week the Rams kicker is the hero. Another, he’s probably fielding calls from a “Today” show booker. Winner: Julian Edelman Tony Romo said the Patriots wide receiver...
SportsDay Feb 4, 2019
Recapping Romo's first Super Bowl, what (another) Patriots win means for Dallas, and more -- Your Cowboys Catch-Up

Recapping Romo's first Super Bowl, what (another) Patriots win means for Dallas, and more -- Your Cowboys Catch-Up

Feb. 4Here's everything you need to know to stay up to date with all things Dallas Cowboys.Today's top stories-- How Tony Romo's humor in the booth helped fans stomach offensively challenged Super BowlRomo's willingness to poke fun at himself set the tone for the next four hours, featuring a game so offensively challenged most of the way that it needed humor, along with Romo's typical X's and O's insight.-- Another Super Bowl moves Patriots past Cowboys, but here's what should be most concerning to Dallas moving forwardAnother franchise has moved past the Cowboys in the championship pecking...
SportsDay Feb 3, 2019
Even if it wasn't perfect, Tony Romo's commentary helped fans stomach offensively-challenged Super Bowl

Even if it wasn't perfect, Tony Romo's commentary helped fans stomach offensively-challenged Super Bowl

Tony Romo cleared the air before even kickoff of Super Bowl LIII.Jim Nantz, the veteran play-by-play man and Romo's broadcasting partner, welcomed the analyst to the big game between the Patriots and Rams during the buildup Sunday on CBS."I've been waiting to hear 'Welcome to the Super Bowl' my whole life,'" Romo, the former longtime Cowboys quarterback, quipped. "This is going to be a fun one today."The willingness to poke fun at himself set the tone for the next four hours, featuring a game so offensively challenged most of the way that it needed humor, along with Romo's typical X's and O's...
SportsDay Feb 3, 2019
Watch: Tony Romo pulls out new prediction trick on Jim Nantz, Patriots' kicker in Super Bowl

Watch: Tony Romo pulls out new prediction trick on Jim Nantz, Patriots' kicker in Super Bowl

Former Dallas Cowboys quarterback turned CBS broadcaster Tony Romo finally reached the Super Bowl on Sunday.In the booth alongside Jim Nantz, Romo had his first chance to participate in the big game on the call for the Los Angeles Rams and New England Patriots.Known for his ability to predict plays before they happened, Romo raised his own bar in the first half of a scoreless game by calling out his commentary partner Nantz for jinxing usually-automatic Patriots kicker Stephen Gostkowski ... right before he missed a 46-yard field goal.More first-half highlights from Romo:
ClutchPoints Feb 3, 2019
Tony Romo pokes fun at himself for never making Super Bowl as a player ahead of Super Bowl 53

Tony Romo pokes fun at himself for never making Super Bowl as a player ahead of Super Bowl 53

Former Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo never reached the Super Bowl as a player despite playing in the NFL for over a decade. Even so, it only took Romo two seasons in the booth to reach the NFL’s version of a title game while calling the game for CBS on Sunday evening. Due to this […] The post Tony Romo pokes fun at himself for never making Super Bowl as a player ahead of Super Bowl 53 appeared first on ClutchPoints.
Big Blue View Feb 2, 2019
How to watch Super Bowl 53: Game time, TV channel, live stream, odds for Rams vs. Patriots

How to watch Super Bowl 53: Game time, TV channel, live stream, odds for Rams vs. Patriots

Here’s how to stay up to date for the NFL’s biggest game Everything from the NFL season finally comes down to this. We’ve reached the end of a long journey through the preseason, the regular season, and finally the playoffs. Two teams remain — whether they deserve it or not — to fight to claim the Lombardi trophy. Here is everything you need to know to stay up to date on the largest spectacle in all of sports. New England Patriots (13-5) at Los Angeles Rams (15-3) Game time: 6:30 p.m. ET Where: Mercedes-Benz Stadium TV Channel: CBS Announcers: Jim Nantz, Tony Romo, Tracy...
Blogging The Boys Feb 2, 2019
Cowboys news: Remembering Wade Wilson, looking ahead for the Cowboys

Cowboys news: Remembering Wade Wilson, looking ahead for the Cowboys

The Monday morning links. Former Cowboys Coach Wade Wilson Passes Away - The MothershipWade Wilson was a part of the Cowboys organization as recently as 2017. He packed a lot of living in his 60-year life. Wade Wilson, the former Cowboys quarterback and longtime assistant coach, passed away Friday at his home in Coppell, Texas. He was 60. The Cowboys announced Wilson’s passing Friday afternoon. A former eighth-round draft pick by the Minnesota Vikings, Wilson had a productive 19-year playing career (1981-99) on five NFL teams, including the Cowboys as a backup to Troy Aikman for three...

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