Tony Romo, a former Dallas Cowboys quarterback and CBS analyst, is back home Sunday afternoon.
Romo will be calling Sunday’s Wild Card playoff match between the San Francisco 49ers and the Dallas Cowboys.
The No. 3 seed in NFC is hosting the No. 6 seed, San Francisco at AT&T Stadium, Arlington, Texas, on Sunday afternoon.
Romo, Jim Nantz, Tracy Wolfson will all be calling the game live on CBS.
Jerry Jones is excited to see Romo this Sunday.
"Tony Romo, I just want to be near him" – #Cowboys owner Jerry Jones on Romo and Nantz calling the game Sunday.
— Jane Slater (@SlaterNFL) January 14, 2022
On Sunday afternoon, it should be a family event. Dallas still has the Romos, so it is important that all family members attend Sunday’s event.
Romo is married Candice Crawford, the younger sister of actor Chace Crawford. Romo met his wife while she was working as a journalist.
They were married in 2011 and are now a happy couple. They have three children together.
According to the Cowboys quarterback, a lot of people were going together to the movies. Tony arrived at Candice’s home to find that everyone had “canceled”.
The rest is history, naturally.
Candice doesn’t find Tony’s success in broadcasting surprising.
He would break down the game and stand in front of the TV after each game, win or lose. He even asked me for a pointer, because it was very serious,” he told For The Win . He would analyze the game and then break it down. This was a natural transition.
“And as a quarterback you’re constantly having to predict what the defense is going to do, so when he’d break down the plays for us after his game, he’d say ‘I knew I had to change to this (play) because I saw this guy moving this way.’ So to do that on TV was just a really natural transition – and, for me, not much of a surprise because I’d seen him to do so much.”
It should be a great Sunday afternoon for the Romos.
Kickoff between the Cowboys & 49ers will take place at 4:30 p.m. Eastern Time. CBS.