Tony Romo was invited to call the first preseason game of the season, which was a big honor, but was forced to do so from quite a distant point-of-view.
Romo and Jim Nantz called the Hall of Fame Game for NBC on Thursday night, and did so from some makeshift, shack-looking thing, way up above where fans were sitting.
It looked like they were calling a high school game rather than a professional one, with the production truck adjacent to where they were, which you can see in the photo below.
Did NBC rent a tiny house for the evening or something? That’s what it looked like.