The former NFL quarterback and current CBS analyst Tony Romo, although not good enough for professional golf yet, he's good enough to win the prestigious American Century Championship, even though he doesn't have the skills to do it on a professional level just yet. On Sunday, Romo won the annual Lake Tahoe tournament by two strokes over Joe Pavelski and Mark Mulder. Pavelski and Mulder qualify for extra golf after finishing third in a three-man playoff during which they both finished tied for fourth place.
With the help of Minnesota Vikings receiver Adam Thielen, the team finished fourth, just behind Annika Sorenstam. There were nine quarterbacks in the race, including Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers and Raiders quarterback Derek Carr. A Vikings safety named Harrison Smith was in the 27th position, while a Vikings defensive back named Patrick Peterson was in the 46th position. It was Patrick Mahomes who finished 51st, while Josh Allen from the Bills finished 58th, and Titans coach Mike Vrabel tied for 65th place.