NFL World Gets Carried Away on Tony Romo’s ‘Biased’ Commentary on Josh Allen, Buffalo Bills

Published 01/16/2023, 1:10 PM EST
Oct 16, 2022; Kansas City, Missouri, USA; Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen (17) warms up against the Kansas City Chiefs prior to a game at GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Denny Medley-USA TODAY Sports | Reuters

When the Bills hosted Miami Dolphins at the Highmark Stadium this week, it turned out to be a roller coaster ride for the fans. Although Josh Allen and Co managed to seal the win, his back-to-back turnovers became one of the reasons for the Dolphins to hang in the game. Despite all those fumbles, the commentator Tony Romo couldn’t stop praising the passer and went beyond the boundaries with his “Mr January” remarks.

Interestingly fans found this an opportunity to roast the analyst and call out the passer for his underperformance. As they say, Josh Allen might have established himself as an emerging talent, but he is yet to win a Super Bowl and register his name in the elite club of champions.

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The commentator’s naming ceremony for Allen happened during the first quarter when the 26-year-old passed for a touchdown to tight end Dawson Knox. Romo’s happiness knew no bounds, and he went on to say, “This is why Josh Allen is Mr January,”.

It didn’t stop there. He even compared the youngster with the greatness of Michael Jordan, calling him a champ. What more do fans require for a troll party? Here are a few of them.

Anyways, it was a horrible match-up for Josh Allen, conceding three turnovers and throwing two interceptions. He lost the 17-0 lead and aided the Dolphins to kickstart their third quarter with a bang.

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Although he completed the regular season with a great 14-3 record, he accounted for 14 interceptions in 17 games. Moreover all those fumbles near the red zone field the critics even more. Regardless of those accuracies, in the end, it’s about winning the game and advancing forward. Something that Allen nailed throughout this season.

Josh Allen admitted his mistakes

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Mistakes are bound to happen, and still managing to win the game happens to be the real sign of a champion. After the game, the passer spoke about the turnovers and his missed attempts.

“I mean, the turnovers, they hurt us,” Allen said in the press conference. “Really let them back in the game. Up 17-0 with chances, and I give them the ball two times and give them a touchdown — it’s just things you can’t do. And you can’t expect to win like that, so some stuff to clean up on that.” he added.

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Next up, the Bills have Cincinnati for the divisional-round playoffs. And these mistakes are not expected to be carried forward. In the postseason, Allen boasts a record of 4-3, including Sunday’s win. It will be interesting to see whether he makes a Super Bowl run this season.

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Deepesh Nair

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Deepesh Nair is an NFL author at EssentiallySports. Having started his career in journalism as a trending news writer, he has published around 500 articles for various media portals. Although Deepesh comes from a Computer Science background, his fondness for writing has persuaded him to create his career in it.

Edited By: Hitesh Nigam

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