While the New England Patriots may have defeated the Kansas City Chiefs, 37-31 in overtime in the AFC Championship game on Sunday, possibly one of the most exciting parts of the broadcast was CBS color commentator and former NFL quarterback Tony Romo, who was pretty much predicting all of Tom Brady's plays.

The New England Patriots quarterback is known for being a talented gunslinger who absolutely dominates at the line of scrimmage. Of course, Romo, who also played quarterback, is well aware of how an NFL team operates and has a unique perspective on the game. This perspective culminated in Romo predicting multiple Patriots plays, seconds before they even happened.

His ability to predict plays and read the Chiefs defense had some on Twitter freaking out and demanding that Romo get a job as a coach in the NFL.

While he may not be a coach any time soon, Romo is definitely looking comfortable in the broadcast booth. CBS is broadcasting the Super Bowl this year, which means Romo and Jim Nantz will be the broadcast duo for the game. If Romo brings that same energy to the Super Bowl on February 3rd, it will sure to be an interesting broadcast.