The NFL season is officially underway and the excitement of the season has only just begun, but many fans have started to realize that the league is missing a big part of the story.
Many of us have noticed the hashtag #koatlive broadcast yourself live, but have no idea what the actual story is.
The hashtag is actually an old tweet by NFL Network analyst Tony Romo, and many have speculated that it’s an indicator that he was broadcasting himself as he filmed the NFL season.
The tweet, which was sent on January 31st, has been viewed more than 14 million times and has been used by some of the NFL’s biggest stars.
While the tweet has garnered some criticism, it’s also received support from many fans who think it’s a great way to keep up to date with the NFL and to connect with other fans.
“I think the most surprising part is that the tweet didn’t even make it into the broadcast,” NFL Network commentator Adam Schefter told ESPN’s “Around the Horn.”
“They are trying to find out what’s going on in the world, and we’re not really on the top of their agenda.
And they’re trying to use the #koa live broadcast as a way to connect.
So it’s kind of a good example of the way that it gets out there.”
In the tweet, Romo is seen holding a cup of coffee while standing in front of a window that appears to be covered in snow.
The caption reads, “A little cold but a little warm.”
Fans quickly noticed the tweet and began discussing whether it was a joke or if Romo really had been broadcasting himself.
Many fans were convinced that Romo was simply joking, but that wasn’t the case.
Many Twitter users, including @KoatLive, suggested that Romo had been trolling the NFL, which made him look like a crazy person.
Many speculated that the tweets were meant to get Romo fired.
Koat Live had a lot of fans on board with the theory, but it turned out to be false.
Many people tweeted that they had actually been watching Romo on a TV, and were surprised to see him broadcast himself.
Others were concerned that it was part of a marketing campaign.
Some even took to social media to call Romo out.
“It’s pretty hard to believe Romo would do this, but he did,” one person wrote.
“If I knew he was really doing this, I’d never believe him.”
Others weren’t convinced that this was the first time Romo had broadcast himself on TV.
One person tweeted, “It’s crazy that he’d do this.
He was a TV personality.”
While it’s not the first instance of Romo broadcasting himself live, it is the first to come to the attention of many.
“He’s always been good at doing it, and I think that’s what drew people to him,” Schefter said.
“You know, he’s a funny guy, and you’re going to see that, you know?
But you also have to recognize that he’s got to be good at it.
If you’re just a guy in a stadium or something like that, it doesn’t work out.
So, he just kind of got caught up in it.
But, at the end of the day, he did it, he broadcast himself.”
This is not the only time Romo has been caught broadcasting himself on television.
In February, Romo was caught broadcasting on TV with fellow teammate Jason Witten.
Witten was also caught on camera broadcasting himself in an outdoor setting.
In fact, Romo and Witten were caught on video in an indoor location during an April 26th game between the Philadelphia Eagles and Dallas Cowboys.
In the clip, Romo’s face is seen sitting in the stands, with Witten seated in the middle of the field.
Romo also stands in the center of the frame and is not on the sideline.
The broadcast ends as Witten is pulled from the field after his second sack.
This is the second time Romo is caught broadcasting live on television this season.
On December 31st at Cowboys Stadium, Romo got into an altercation with a fan who was booing at him.
The two engaged in a shouting match and both exchanged words before Romo shoved the fan and took off.