For the amount of times Tony Romo mentioned Isaiah Wynn’s name during the Patriots…..win…over the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday, you would think he has some insider knowledge on how good Wynn can be. He’s played all of 2 games so far in his entire career but Patriots fans are holding their breath that Wynn can at least take the name Marshall Newhouse out of our vocabulary. The Newhouse needs a new house jokes aren’t good enough to last another 7 games.
If I had the mental stamina to re-watch that game I’d go back and make a compilation video of all the times Tony Romo mentioned Isaiah Wynn during this game. We’ve been a little spoiled this season with the lack of Romo on the Patriots calls so I think he just wanted to make up for it. But it was audibly noticeable how many times Tony Romo described his return like Paul Pierce rolling out of that tunnel in a wheelchair.
Tony Romo talking about Isaiah Wynn like he’s Kevin Durant.
— Mark Dondero (@MarkDondero) November 17, 2019
Is Isaiah Wynn the best OT ever because Tony Romo sure talks like he is
— Jordan (@FRESHticles) November 18, 2019
We will play a lot better when we get Wynn back. Tony Romo said it will completely my evolve the offense
— Parker Moss (@pmoss501) November 18, 2019
Well, there you have it. What Tony Romo says always goes, right? People love to suck his dick for calling plays before they happen so he better be correct about Isaiah Wynn being the savior of the Patriots 9-1 season. We cannot be expected to endure another 60 minutes of 43 back and forth 3 and outs. If Tom Brady just has another .3 seconds to throw the football I’m convinced we’ll be back on track to being the ’85 Bears or even the ’18 Patriots.
In all honesty this fanbase cannot handle another 60 minutes of watching Marshall Newhouse line up next to Tom Brady. Whether or not he’s been the only problem on this line he’s the scapegoat and we will not start pointing fingers anywhere else until he’s removed from the narrative. I fear for his safety more than Brady’s if Wynn doesn’t come back this week.