Tony Romo can do it all as he is back to acting like a football prophet.
The former NFL QB turned CBS analyst rise to prominence came with his impressive ability to predict the outcome of plays before they actually happened on the field.
Way back in Week 12, the former Cowboys QB predicted the Super Bowl LV matchup shortly after the Kansas City Chiefs beat the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 27-24.
“Do you want me to make a slight guess here? I think there’s a better-than-good chance — I don’t know what even that percentage is — that these two teams are gonna’ be here in Tampa (for the Super Bowl),” Romo said immediately after the final whistle on Nov. 29.
While that prediction might not seem to crazy, it was considering that no team had ever advanced to a Super Bowl that was being played at their own stadium.
The Bucs upset the Saints and the Green Bay Packers on their path to Tom Brady’s 10th Super Bowl appearance. The Chiefs are making their second consecutive trip to the big show.