Jim Nantz and Tony Romo knew the Cowboys’ punt hit the scoreboard

Replays showed that a fourth-quarter punt by the Cowboys’ Bryan Anger hit the giant scoreboard above the field at Arlington’s AT&T Stadium during the Cincinnati Bengals’ Week 2 loss.

Officials reviewed the play and did not have enough evidence to overturn the call on the field. If they’d determined that the ball hit the scoreboard, Anger would’ve had to punt again.

Bengals head coach Zac Taylor told reporters afterward that it was “frustrating” and a “big play in the game.”

Here’s what CBS’ broadcast team of Jim Nantz and Tony Romo had to say about the officials’ ruling:

Nantes: “It hit the bottom of the scoreboard. It hit the giant 60-yard-long – video screen.”

Romo: “He’s asking someone – did it? Did it hit? That’s a re-do. That’s a re-do.”

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