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Every Tony Romo-Related Prop Bet for Super Bowl LIII

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Every Tony Romo-Related Prop Bet for Super Bowl LIII

Tony Romo went from not being able to win in the playoffs to predicting every play during them. The storyline of overselling Romo’s abilities may have been the only positive thing to come out of Championship Sunday. This wave of popularity surrounding Tony Romo on the mic came at an opportune time, since it is CBS’ year to broadcast the Super Bowl.

As you can expect, there are plenty of prop bets surrounding Romo that we can put money on. Here are all the Tony Romo prop bets for this Sunday, including any that are related to him.

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How Many Plays Will Tony Romo Correctly Predict Ahead Of The Play?

Over 7.5 (+105)

Under 7.5 (-145)

 

How Many Times Will Ted Rath Be Mentioned During The Broadcast?

Over 3.5 (+250)

Under 3.5 (-400)

 

How many Replays will be shown of Ted holding Sean McVay back during the game?

Over 1.5 (-140)

Under 1.5 (EVEN)

 

How Many Times Will The Broadcast Mention Sean McVay’s Age?

Over 1.5 (-270)

Under 1.5 (+180)

 

Times broadcasters say Tom Brady’s Age (41)?

Over 2.5 (-140)

Under 2.5 (+100)

What Will Tony Romo Be Doing At The Start Of The 2019 NFL Season?

 

Predominant color of Romo’s tie?

 

Will Romo’s tie be a solid color?

Yes (+160)

No (-200)

 

Will Romo be clean shaven?

Yes (+100)

No (-140)

 

Quarter of Romo’s first correct play prediction?

 

Will Romo or Nantz mention the game spread?

Yes (+250)

No (-400)

 

Will someone say “Philly Special?”

Yes (-130)

No (-110)

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