Networks employ a lot of former players and coaches as broadcasters after they decide to hang up their cleats.

Some of them fare pretty well, while others…not so much.

After the 2016-17 season, two former quarterbacks were hired to be color commentators for two major networks – former Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo at CBS and former Bears signal caller Jay Cutler at Fox.

Cutler never made into the broadcast booth and instead signed a one-year deal with the Dolphins. The Santa Claus, Indiana, native brought Fins fans a nice little present in his first game behind center: A win behind some pretty decent QB play.

Romo, on the other hand, has taken the opportunity so far to show off his skills in two games. Not only is he causing a buzz by his impressive booth presence, he’s also turned out to be a bit of a psychic.

During the NFL’s opening weekend, Romo was paired with Jim Nantz, taking over for Phil Simms. The normal job of a color guy is to analyze the play that just happened, not predict what’s about to happen.

Romo clearly didn’t get that memo.

Flip to Page 2 to see Romo’s incredible psychic ability…

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