Tom Brady and the New England Patriots weren't the only winners from Sunday's AFC Championship game on Sunday.
Former quarterback turned broadcaster Tony Romo stole the show once again, predicting several of the Patriots big play calls that helped propelled Tom Brady and company to their fifth Super Bowl appearance in eight seasons and their third consecutive in a row.
Here's a sample of Romo accurately predicting what Brady and the Patriots' offence mustered up during their fourth-quarter comeback.
Twitter was abuzz with his sterling ability to foretell the plays.
While we'd all like to keep hearing his brilliance in the booth, it wouldn't be surprising whatsoever if he were to get a job as an offensive coordinator or some sort of coaching role in the NFL.
If you enjoyed Romo in the booth, you'll get to see him again in two weeks time calling Super Bowl LIII for CBS.