Eric Dickerson says he is fully expecting Tom Brady to be a fantastic analyst just as Tony Romo and Troy Aikman have been after he decides to hang up his clears. Dickerson explained that because of Brady’s brain, he’s expecting a very Romo-like transition to TV. Romo has become a fan favorite for his in-depth insight of the game and calling plays before they happen.
“I think he’ll be great at it,” Dickerson said. “He’s a quarterback. He knows all the systems. He’ll be great. He’ll be like Tony Romo and all those guys. I think he’ll be good.”
Dickerson knows a thing or two himself as he was a ‘Monday Night Football’ sideline reporter back in the early 2000s’.
Eric Dickerson Says Tom Brady Will Be A Great NFL Analyst Just Like Tony Romo
He believes Brady will succeed in a similar position, and it’s not just because he’s a quarterback but because he’s smart and he understands the game.
According to the New York Post, Brady is expected to earn $375 million over 10 years in a new contract for his color commentating when his time in Tampa comes to an end.
However, we’re still not sure exactly when that will be. Tom tweeted out Tuesday that he still has, “a lot of unfinished business on the field.”
We think Brady will do great and he’ll transition into the role well. Plus, it’s a way for him to stay close to the sport he loves while also being home with his family more, who he recently spoke about not being home enough with. Hopefully, this will be the best of both worlds.
Good luck to Brady and I look forward to seeing him in the booth!
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