Super Bowl 53: Tony Romo's MVP Performance

CBS analyst Tony Romo breathes life into an otherwise lackluster Super Bowl 53 with his wit, expertise and insight.

Tony Romo is the true Super Bowl 53 MVP as he salvaged perhaps the most disappointing Super Bowl ever.

Check out Romo's top moments from Super Bowl 53:

Welcome to the Super Bowl

At the start of the broadcast, Jim Nantz said, "Welcome to the Super Bowl, Tony Romo." Romo responded, "I've been waiting to hear 'Welcome to the Super Bowl' my whole life."

Romo's self-depricating humor in this case acknowledging finally making it to the Super Bowl. Romo posted a 2-and-4 playoff record as the Cowboys never advanced beyond the divisional round during Romo's 14-year tenure as quarterback.

It's the Rams Offense Stupid

Tony Romo highlights how ineffective the Rams Offense was

This is hard to watch

Romo after Jared Goff and the Rams offense sputtered yet again: "This is hard to watch."

Too bad

"You wanted an offensive game? Too bad."

Scoring Spree

After Zuerlein's 53-yard field goal tied the game at 3 in the third quarter: "3-3 and it feels like we've got a scoring spree going on."

Reagan

When Tom Brady audibled "Reagan" Romo responded: "Obviously, Reagan means run to the right."

Best Tony Romo Calls - Super Bowl LIII

Check out the best calls from Tony Romo during Super Bowl LIII. The New England Patriots battle the Los Angeles Rams during during Super Bowl LIII.

 

CBS coverage of Super Bowl LIII between the New England Patriots and the Los Angeles Rams posted a Total Audience Delivery of 100.7 million viewers, across all platforms including CBS Television Network, CBS Interactive, NFL digital properties, Verizon Media mobile properties and ESPN Deportes television and digital properties.

Super Bowl LIII was watched on CBS in all-or-part by 149.0 million viewers on an all-or-part basis according to Nielsen's Fast Total Audience Estimates.

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