Tony Romo is calling plays before they happen again
Tony Romo may have psychic abilities.
The former Dallas Cowboys quarterback amazed fans last week during his CBS debut by predicting plays before they happened.
The fourth-year running back totaled 150 receiving yards and a touchdown, adding 38 rushing yards as the Redskins offense finally clicked for the first time this season. Playing without starting tight end Jordan Reed (rib) and Rob Kelley (rib), the Redskins offense showed no signs of the struggles it faced in the first two games of the season.
Oakland, which had outscored opponent by 35 points to begin the season, converted just seven first downs, managed 128 total yards, and allowed four sacks on the night as Carr rarely challenged corner Josh Norman and was under heavy pressure from Zach Brown (10 tackles) and Martrell Spaight (nine) all night.
The lone scoring drives for the Raiders began at the Redskins 18-and 12-yard lines following a muffed punt from Jamison Crowder and fumble by Samaje Perine, respectively. Oakland’s longest drive of the game (33 yards) occurred during the final seconds of the game.
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