Romo says ‘on paper’ Raiders have NFL’s best offense, no business losing to Dolphins

Co-host of ‘Raiders Opening Drive’ joins ‘Mornings W/ Joe, Lo & Dibs’

Karl Buscheck
November 03, 2017 - 2:56 pm

Four-time Super Bowl champ Bill Romanowski dropped by “Mornings W/ Joe, Lo & Dibs” on 95.7 The Game on Friday morning to breakdown the Raiders Sunday night matchup with the Miami Dolphins.

“I tell you what, they’re in a pretty critical place right now. They pretty much have to win out if they want to make it (to the playoffs),” Romo told Joe Fortenbaugh, Dan Dibley and Brad Gilbert who was in for Lorenzo Neal.

With Jay Cutler making his return from multiple cracked ribs and former pro bowl running back Jay Ajayi traded to the Philadelphia Eagles, Romanowski said the Raiders have no business losing.

“There’s no way that the Miami Dolphins should beat the Oakland Raiders,” Romanowski said. “On paper you’re like, ‘There’s no possible way this team can beat them.’”

“But, on any given day, really, it all comes down to the Raiders. The Raiders have, on paper, the most powerful offense in the NFL.”

“And they just don’t seem to have it. They don’t execute consistently week in and week out.”

“We saw them execute against Kansas City. We saw them execute the first two games of the season, but this is all about them deciding that they want to go out and kick somebody’s a--. They ought to destroy the Miami Dolphins.”

Check out the full interview with Romo in the podcast below: 

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