New CBS Sports broadcaster Tony Romo discussed his move to the booth after moving on from the field and not heading to the Houston Texans. Romo had plenty to say about the Texans and their current situation but most importantly an outside view of the team.
Romo while going over his options for the upcoming seasons went into detail about the Texans when he studied them.
"I went and studied team I thought I would play for and Houston was at the top of the list." Romo said in his conference call. "What I found was that there were a couple of things that stood out that made them very good. Their head coach (Bill O'Brien) is very good. He gets them playing hard. I think they're a very disciplined football team and I think he gives them an opportunity to succeed each week"
Romo continued, "They have some incredibly gifted football players. That's part of the reason that made it tough, too, the fact you can have that opportunity."
A media member asked Romo what he would do to correct the Texans quarterback situation but declined to go in depth. Romo knows the Texans quarterback situation and knows the team likes Tom Savage and his former teammate Brandon Weeden.
"I think that they like (Tom) Savage and they like Brandon (Weeden). Just because the newspaper says they have to do something doesn't mean they have to. Just because they weren't that successful at that position last year doesn't mean they won't be next year."
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