NFL Network aired the latest segment of Deion Sanders' conversation with Brett Favre on Tuesday, the chat turning to the quarterbacks Favre enjoys watching today.
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"Romo is probably more like me than any of those guys," he said. "I don't know if that's good, because I think way too much is cast upon him. Good or bad.
"It's Dallas. And much is expected. But he's carried those guys, man. I mean, I'm watching last year, and I like Tony. And I like the way he plays. I think at times he's underrated."
Favre apparently believes Romo has to deal with teammates who aren't fully plugged into the Dallas gameplan.
"But I'm watching, and right before the snap, he's telling guys -- and you've probably seen it, too -- he's like ... "
"They don't know what they're doing!" Sanders jumped in.
"How in the world are you gonna have a positive play when the ball's coming and you're telling guys (where to line up)?" Favre went on. "But he'll make something out of nothing."