Michael Rapaport on Tony Romo: ‘Stop Celebrating Him. He Was a Career F-ck Up’ (VIDEO)

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Since announcing his retirement from the league almost two weeks ago, former Dallas Cowboys QB Tony Romo has been celebrated for an underachieving career that should’ve been so much more.

Last week, owner Mark Cuban suited up Romo to sit on the bench for the final home game of the year for the Dallas Mavericks.  Romo’s stint with the team included participating in shoot-around, a photo-op, the layup line, and player introductions.

This really rubbed comedian and actor Michael Rapaport the wrong way, especially when he knocked Phil Simms out of his announcing job upon his retirement.

Rapaport says Romo was so unreliable, opposing teams were always waiting for him to “f**k up” — “and you always came through in the clutch, Tony. You f**ked up during the regular season, during Thanksgiving and then the playoffs.”

“You no long-snap catching, interception-throwing mother f**ker, you.”