Bill Belichick wasn’t the only previously immortal football character who lost his luster Sunday night during the Cowboys’ thrilling overtime win over the Patriots.
Tony Romo did as well.
For the last three seasons, Romo was widely lauded as the best color analyst in pro sports, including by this humble blogger. He was on top of the action and more cognizant of game situations than most coaches. His penchant for predicting plays even earned him a monicker: “Romostradamus.”
But those days are gone. The Tony Romo who showed up to Foxborough Sunday was loud, confused and bordering on offensive. His gabfest with Jim Nantz following a