CLEVELAND, Ohio – If CBS ever wants to revive The Mentalist, the network already has a real employee. His name is Tony Romo.
The sensational football announcer was incredibly wise to predict the games before they took place during the AFC Championship match between the New England Patriots and the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday. He particularly agreed with Pats legend Tom Brady, who played the Spectators reported what he would see as if he had a copy of Grays Sports Almanac from "Back to the Future" in front of him. When the situation demanded for a QB sneak, Romo predicted the move with a clockwise turn to the far right. Touchdown.
Then, during the superior crossing, he called the passes that led to critical first defeats by Rob Gronkowski and Julian Edelman. In the final game of the match, Romo pointed out that "New England tried the play action earlier" and said, "I can not see it here, it has to be a run."
Moments later, Rex Burkhead took the Handoff and ran into the middle to achieve the victory.
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