Tony Romo Makes His Super Bowl LIII Prediction And Now People Have Hot Takes

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Getty Image / ARLINGTON, TX - APRIL 19: Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo speaks onstage during the 50th Academy of Country Music Awards at AT&T Stadium on April 19, 2015 in Arlington, Texas. (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images for dcp)


Tony Romo killed it in the booth during his first NFL season as a CBS broadcaster. Throughout the season, Tony picked up a lot of fans by proving to be somewhat prophetic from the booth. He’d predict a play before it happened. Calling out the play-by-play before the snap. And boom, it would unfold exactly as Tony predicted it would.

If you need a refresher on Tony Romo predicting plays there was Dak Prescott worried that Romo would predict all of the Cowboys’ plays, he predicted the Packers running it on 4th-and-1, and the list goes on. Tony Romo’s latest prediction was on NFL Total Access in an interview where he talked about his golf game before predicting the two teams that would make Super Bowl LII this year:

Tony’s prediction: Green Bay Packers vs. Jacksonville Jaguars at Mercedes Benz Stadium in Atlanta. Naturally, Twitter had some strong reactions to the Jags-Packers prediction. With some fans thinking it’s insane that he’d ever choose the Jags while other fans think it’s asinine that Tony would choose the Packers. Then there were fans that think Tony Romo could nail it with his pick:

All things considered, it’s not an outrageous pick at all. The Packers with a healthy Aaron Rodgers are always going to be good. If the rest of the teams shows up healthy they’re going to be a serious threat. And the Jags were *this close* last season to making the Super Bowl, there’s no reason to think they won’t come back hungrier and stronger next season.

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