Tony Romo’s broadcasting career has been great so far. He’s able to not only explain plays but predict them as well.
Mike Glennon got off to a bad start in the Bears’ game against the Packers on Thursday night. After Glennon’s mishaps, Romo explained why the team should go with Mitchell Trubisky, who was drafted No. 2 overall.
“I really believe they’re going to go to him sooner than later,” Romo said. “When I say that, I like Glennon, I just don’t know if this style fits him personally. They need a guy who can bootleg and move around.”
Glennon and the Bears’ offense had a pair of fumbles on their first two possessions. Romo went on to explain why the folly happened:
Perhaps the Bears will use their upcoming long week to make the switch.