Discussion in 'Overtime Zone' started by GimmeTheBall!, Jan 31, 2019.
Use the Force, Gimme. Let go, Gimme.
That may be true, but being a coach, especially a head coach, is 60-70 hours a week pretty much year round, there's no more MNF games until August at the earliest, he can keep up with the upcoming draft, etc with far less hours than that, and after the draft until camp, about 2 months, there's little for him to do, while as coach he has the same 60-70 hours a week....
Fix is in. Oh please. I'll bet you any amount Romo will never ever coach a game in the NFL. He's about to receive a huge raise as the head broadcaster at CBS and he can probably do that in 7, 8 months a year.
The rest of the time he can relax with his 3 sons and play golf. That's a lot better than spending 80, 90 hours a week trying to coach players to do what he did naturally. Besides, every coach is hired to be fired. He can broadcast games for CBS for 25 years if he wants. Enough with the Romo rumors.