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How Accurate Are Super Bowl Announcer Tony Romo’s Calls?

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Tony Romo, the lead television analyst for the Super Bowl on Sunday, is known for his uncanny ability to predict plays before they happen. But how accurate is he really? The Wall Street Journal watched more than 2,500 plays to find out. Photo Illustration: NFL / Gary Locke for The Wall Street Journal.

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