Jim Nantz Tony Romo Reassigned to Patriots This Weekend: What Do They Know?
With the Pats dismal 1-4 record and the Raiders 2-3, we can all see that it’s NOT the Game of The Week. Nantz and former Dallas Cowboys football QB Romo are normally reserved to cover only the top teams. Hard core fans are scratching their heads, wondering why the switch? What does CBS know?
-Is the Patriots shakeup many are asking for about to happen? Does CBS want to be there covering the glorious breaking news?
-Is Bill Belichick now dating Taylor Swift?
-Will this weekend’s game against the Raiders be Bill’s final chance?
Super Bowl LVIII
Sports insiders are not as conspiratorial as I am.
This weekends’ Pats Raiders game will take place at the Raiders home turf, Allegiant Stadium in Paradise, Nevada, which is the host stadium for Super Bowl LVIII February 11, 2024.
CBS Sports is ALSO the host network for the big game, and of course the A Team of Nance and Romo will be in the glorious TV booth for all of the exciting coverage.
According to awfulannouncing.com, there maybe a practical reason for the flip:
“CBS is broadcasting the big game this year, which means Nantz and Romo will be the ones to call it. Whenever possible, if the network calling the Super Bowl can get its broadcasting team in that stadium for a “practice run” during the regular season, they try to do it.”
But wait, doesn’t the NFL know WAY in advance where the Super Bowl will be played? Of course, they do. Why does CBS need a last minute “run though” at a field they broadcast from all the time? Well isn’t that an awfully convenient excuse, to put the CBS Broadcast A team right in the epicenter of the most talked about coach this season when something MAY go down.
Well, it could be nothing more than a previously scheduled run through for Jim Nantz and Tony Romo. Hey, it’s not like CBS Sports has YEARS of experience broadcasting from football stadiums. One can wonder. Could the Pats LOSING streak be a winner for CBS Sports?
Maybe it really IS the Game Of The Week.