Tony Romo says Patriots’ Bill Belichick is ‘really, really special’
Tony Romo has impressed as a commentator since he retired from playing football in 2016. As impressive as he’s been, Romo is more impressed with Bill Belichick and the New England Patriots.
Recently, Romo went on 105.3 The Fan and said Belichick is “really, really special“. Romo says he always seems to learn new things when he’s around the longtime head coach of the Patriots.
“When I am around him I learn,” Romo said of Belichick recently on 105.3 The Fan. “That is really a joy when you can really learn something more about football with people around. When you have people who can teach you the game after you have been studying it for 15-20 years, that is a joy. I have honestly learned every time I am around him. He’s really, really special.”
When listening to Romo commentate a game, you realize just how knowledgeable he is of the game. The former Dallas Cowboys quarterback has been known to predict plays before they even happen during his time in the booth.
So when Romo says someone is able to teach him about football every time is around him, you know that person is special. Belichick has coached the Patriots for 19 seasons with nine Super Bowl appearances and six Super Bowl wins.
Along with those accolades, Belichick has accumulated 261 wins in the regular season (third-most of all-time) and 31 playoff victories (most of all-time). It goes without saying that Belichick will go down as arguably the greatest coach in NFL history.
The Patriots head coach has tons of fans but none may be more complimentary than Tony Romo.