The fallout of the NFL's Championship Weekend is still being felt after controversial calls completely altered the course of the game. But one other thing people have been talking about is CBS color commentator Tony Romo's "performance" in the booth during the AFC Championship Game.
After impressing a wide variety of media personalities and pundits with his accurate analysis of the game, many have suggested that Romo has a future in coaching.
Romo was asked today if he received any job offers after the Sunday night game.
He jokingly replied that his "job offer" was to work the Super Bowl for CBS.
"Yeah, just from CBS. They said I could work the Super Bowl," Romo said.
Romo is in his second year as a commentator for CBS after retiring from the Dallas Cowboys following the 2016 season. He replaced Phil Simms as color commentator, who was moved to the studio for CBS's NFL Today broadcasts.
The critical acclaim for his work carried over into his second year,
Even as a player, Romo had a reputation for being very smart with the ball in his hands.
Romo's 65.3-percent completion percentage is fifth in NFL history, and his season passer rating dropped below 90 only once in his 13 seasons.