Tony Romo is doing that weird freaky thing where he predicts plays before they happen.
In the first quarter of the Houston Texans-Detroit Lions Thanksgiving Day game, J.J. Watt picked up a pick-six for the Texans. After the play, Romo and play-by-play man Jim Nantz talked about how the Texans haven’t forced many turnovers this year.
On the Lions’ next possession, Romo commented that turnovers “come in waves” about a second before the Texans forced a fumble.
Tony Romo's "they come in waves" right before the fumble was amazing lmao
— Arif Hasan, hates turkey ❌🦃 (@ArifHasanNFL) November 26, 2020
'the turnovers come in waves" – Tony Romo
— Slightly Biased (@BiasedSlightly) November 26, 2020
NFL fans were amazed at Romo’s ability to predict the turnover before it happened.
Tony Romo honestly might be able to the see the future. Literally called the fumble a second before it happened.
— Daniel Oyefusi (@DanielOyefusi) November 26, 2020
Tony Romo watching all these turnovers after saying they come in waves pic.twitter.com/SCbqnbnMdL
— trey wingo (@wingoz) November 26, 2020
tony romo talking about the texans D getting their first takeaway in a first half of a game, says sometimes they come in waves, next play texans recover a fumble. the guy can see the future.
— Brady Tucker (@brady_tucker) November 26, 2020
Texans get pick 6. Jim Nantz notes that Texans hadn’t gotten a 1st half turnover this year.
Tony Romo: “they come in waves.”
— Vlad Belo (@GoldenBearVlad) November 26, 2020
Tony Romo is the best analyst I've ever heard predicting what will happen in a game. But him saying that "takeaways come in waves" literally a second or two before Texans generated their second takeaway against the Lions was absolutely amazing.
— Larry Mayer (@LarryMayer) November 26, 2020