We now know the benefit of having a quarterback who just finished his NFL career inside a broadcast booth.

It turns out Tony Romo can predict the future with ease.

The ex-Dallas Cowboys QB made his broadcast debut on Sunday during the Week 1 Raiders-Titans tilt and got rave reviews, particularly because he could tell the audience what was about to happen before the snap:

We’ve seen a few color commentators use a telestrator to, say, circle a player before a snap. But I’d say it’s ultra rare to hear someone saying exactly what play you’re about to see and why. There’s a video that shows how Romo did that in his first game:

Diagnosing blitzes, telling viewers which way runs were going … that’s why you hire Romo with zero booth experience.