Together, Jim Nantz and Tony Romo usher in a new era of NFL commentary every week. Fans love them. But which NFL announcer makes more money?
It hasn’t been long since Tony Romo actually played in the NFL. So why exactly did he retire and go into NFL broadcasting?
Whether he’s calling golf or NFL action, Jim Nantz begins every broadcast the same way. But why does he always say “hello, friends”?
The sports broadcast legend has nothing but high praise for Romo due to one thing that he brings to the booth.
With a title like “America’s Team,” one would assume the Dallas Cowboys had generations of MVPs coming and going through their stadium.
The NFL has a rich, albeit limited history of Hispanic players rising through the ranks to become some of the best to ever play football.
Tony Romo was a great quarterback in the NFL, but he’s an even better color commentator. Here’s what makes him so great at it.
As a broadcaster, Tony Romo has brilliant insights and a great eye for the game. He could have a lucrative career for years or even decades.
Let’s take a look at Tony Romo and other draft snubs who are some of the greatest undrafted NFL players of all time.
NFL quarterbacks are often judged by world championships. Here is a look at the 15 best quarterbacks in the league who have yet to win a Super Bowl ring.
With the emergence of Dak Prescott, Tony Romo has become expendable for the Dallas Cowboys. Here’s the 8 most likely landing spots for Romo in 2017.
NFL players are often forced to restructure their contracts to help their team. Here’s 10 players who will likely have to take a paycut in 2017.
Crazy NFL rumors never stop. Here is a look at 25 big-name players we predict will change teams during the 2017 offseason.
With the offseason coming, several players will change teams. These 25 NFL players won’t be back with their old teams in 2017.
The NFL has a longstanding tradition of playing games on Thanksgiving day. Here are 7 performances that made this tradition even more special.
In April, the Dallas Cowboys quietly signed running back Alfred Morris to a two-year contract. Here’s what the signing means for ‘America’s Team.’
The Dallas Cowboys had a rough showing in 2015. Here are 3 bold predictions for this team in 2016.
The games may not matter, but football is back. Here is a look at five preseason games that are a must-watch for all NFL fans.
The NFL has its fair share of star quarterbacks who fans love, but these 5 players are the most underrated quarterbacks in the league.
The Dallas Cowboys are in desperate need of a backup quarterback behind Tony Romo. The question is, who could it be?
Thanksgiving Day wouldn’t be the same without NFL football. Here is a preview and some predictions for all three NFL games on Thanksgiving Day.
Texas takes its football very seriously, and it’s possible that they’re more supportive of their starting QB than the President himself.
The Dallas Cowboys lost their first game without Tony Romo. The question is, will Brandon Weeden lose his starting job to Matt Cassel before Romo returns?
With Tony Romo out for at least 10 weeks with a broken clavicle, here is a look at the Dallas Cowboys’ three options for replacing him in their starting lineup.
Here is a look at 5 NFL quarterbacks who have favorable fantasy football matchups in Week 2 of the 2015 regular season.
When the Dallas Cowboys take on the New York Giants in Week 1, there’s plenty of big names involved. But what about a few bold predictions on this one?
Just like the real NFL, fantasy football can only have one winner at the end of the season. Here are five things to avoid if you want to be that winner.
Here is a breakdown and ranking of the top 15 fantasy football quarterbacks heading into the 2015 NFL season.
America’s team likes to run the ball — a lot. How does this impact their chances of hoisting the Lombardi Trophy this year?
Former NFL safety Darren Woodson recently called Jason Witten of the Dallas Cowboys the best tight end in league history. Is there any truth to his claims?
Guaranteed money is the real number behind an NFL contract, and quarterbacks are the best paid players in the league.
Wide receivers Dez Bryant of the Dallas Cowboys and Demaryius Thomas of the Denver Broncos are both seeking massive contract extensions. Are they really worth it?
We usually refer to our favorite quarterbacks by last name only, but at least you know their first names. Any idea what their middle names are?