1. an act of turning the ball over to the defense in professional football in a manner that provides extreme hilarity and fervent enthusiasm to the general public and media. Romovers differ from typical turnovers in that they are either obscure in nature, grouped together in sequential drives or occurring at the most critical moments in the most pivotal of games.
2. the quarterback of the Dallas Cowboys who is of Mexican descent.
Collinsworth: 40 seconds left in the division-clinching game with the Cowboys on the opponents' 12 yard line down only by 4...
...and there is the Romover to end Dallas' season much to Jerry Jones chagrin. Dallas sux.
Joe Buck: lolSanchez play action fakes, stutters, scrambles and is clotheslined by his own lineman's rear-end, fumbling the ball in the process for the Patriots TD! I don't believe it. That was one of the more spectacular romovers I have ever seen.
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