Who would you rather have in the broadcast booth: Peyton Manning or Tony Romo? | The Tylt

Who would you rather have in the broadcast booth: Peyton Manning or Tony Romo?

ESPN is reportedly offering former NFL MVP Peyton Manning $18 to $20 million to be in the broadcast booth for "Monday Night Football." Manning was a pre-snap master, able to read tendencies and predict plays, so putting him in the broadcast booth would be a perfect fit. However, Tony Romo has already proved his charm and intelligence in the booth and made him one of the highest paid broadcasters today. Who would you rather have? 🏈🎙️

FINAL RESULTS
Sports
Who would you rather have in the broadcast booth: Peyton Manning or Tony Romo?
A festive crown for the winner
#TeamPeyton
#TeamRomo
Dataviz
Real-time Voting
Who would you rather have in the broadcast booth: Peyton Manning or Tony Romo?
#TeamPeyton
#TeamRomo
#TeamPeyton

Peyton Manning dominated the NFL while he was quarterback because he was the most before the snap. He always knew a defense's tendencies and what they were looking to do when faced with a particular look. It's that experience that makes him perfect in the booth.

Tony Romo is constantly praised for calling the right play, so imagine when the greatest pre-snap quarterback is in the booth calling the shots. He will be a better broadcaster in no time.

#TeamRomo

Peyton Manning might be the better quarterback, but the broadcast booth is Tony Romo's domain. He flew up the ladder at CBS and deserves every bit of the $18 million a year he earned by calling the right plays and providing interesting insight to fans.

The thing that separates Romo and Manning is personality. Manning can act, sure, but Romo has shown his charm comes from a genuine place and that translates on the mic.

Romo didn't win a Super Bowl like Manning, but he will be a more successful broadcaster.

FINAL RESULTS
Sports
Who would you rather have in the broadcast booth: Peyton Manning or Tony Romo?
A festive crown for the winner
#TeamPeyton
#TeamRomo