Tony Romo has become a star already in his brief broadcasting career for his ability to tell fans what's going to happen on a play before it happens.
Tom Brady and the New England Patriots defeated the Chiefs 37-31 in what was a back-in-forth overtime affair.
But by the time Sunday's second game ended, a fifth quarterback was drawing high praise as well: retired signal-caller Tony Romo, formerly of the Dallas Cowboys - and now an analyst for CBS Sports.
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It was no different on Sunday, as Romo predicted multiple plays during the AFC championship game between the Chiefs and the Patriots.
"Confirmed: Just called Tony Romo to see where I'm going to play next year", the Major League Baseball free agent wrote.