Vince Wilfork takes cheap shot at Tony Romo over Tom Brady analysis
Part of Tony Romo’s job now is to analyze what future Hall of Famers like Tom Brady are doing right and wrong on the field, and Vince Wilfork apparently finds that downright hilarious.
Wilfork, who spent the bulk of his career with the Patriots before retiring two years ago, took a bit of a cheap shot at Romo on Sunday. The former Dallas Cowboys quarterback was calling New England’s playoff game against the Los Angeles Chargers for CBS when Wilfork took a swipe at him on Twitter.
It’s funny to hear tony romo saying what BRADY should do
— Vince Wilfork (@wilfork75) January 13, 2019
Romo was 2-4 in the playoffs during his career, and Brady has played in eight Super Bowls and won five. There’s no comparison between the two when it comes to postseason success, and Romo obviously understands that. However, his job now is to provide commentary. There are going to be times when he has to critique players who have enjoyed far better careers than his, which is all part of being an announcer.
Judging by what Romo said recently about not winning a Super Bowl, it seems unlikely that he will let Wilfork’s tweet bother him all that much.