Romo has pretty well-paying gig being the best color commentary guy in the NFL and has never shown any interest in being a coach let alone a head coach...Not sure why smart at football equals dude should be a head coach.A guy barely retires, calls a few games, and now he should coach the Texans? :kubepalm:
https://www.msn.com/en-us/sports/nfl/cbs-reportedly-prepared-to-give-tony-romo-substantial-raise/ar-BBSzljI?ocid=spartandhp.....CBS is reportedly prepared to give Romo a “substantial” raise to make sure he stays with the network when his three-year contract expires after next season, according to the New York Post.
The network expects to pay the 38-year-old more than the $4 million he currently makes in order to keep him after his three-year contract expires after next season.
While other networks will likely come calling — especially after the incredible job he did at the AFC Championship game between the Kansas City Chiefs and the New England Patriots on Sunday — CBS does have the right to match any offer he receives.....
If you are more creative than:If I get the Super Bowl score right and the winner then I should be the coach of the Texans.
I understand your point. My point is that what the Texans have had with OB as HC doesn't work and I'm open to just about any suggestions that changes that.I'm not trying to flat out poopoo the idea.
Maybe Romo would make the best OC of all time. Or maybe he fails miserably because having the headset on and making critical split sound decisions on the fly in the heat of actual competition isn't the same as sounding like a playcalling wizard from the comfy booth.
The latter is all I was trying to make some point of..