The Browns vs. Steelers game on Sunday afternoon features CBS' No. 1 broadcasting team of Jim Nantz, Tony Romo and Tracy Wolfson.
While the Browns and Steelers have played a relatively boring first half - it's tied, 3-3, at halftime in Cleveland - the broadcasting performance has sparked some reactions on social media.
Most notably, Wolfson went viral for her sideline Halloween costume.
Of course, several NFL fans have taken to social media to react to Romo's performance. He's become a bit more polarizing this season, with some fans expressing their dislike for his broadcasting style.
"He’s played it out. Like the smart person in the class who went from wow to just his presence makes him annoying," one fan tweeted.
"Not going to lie this is pretty accurate. At first I was like wow he's predicting plays and all kinds of cool stuff and now I'm like okay now he's just plain boring," another fan added.
Most fans seem to disagree, though. Romo remains arguably the top color commentator in the sport, according to many.
"Romo, Collinsworth, and Charles Davis are the only ones worth listening to," another fan added.
One thing is for sure: Romo isn't going away anytime soon.
The former Dallas Cowboys quarterback turned broadcaster signed a 10-year, $180 million contract with CBS.