“Colorado’s pro team should’ve hired Deion”- Skip Bayless believes Deion Sanders should have looked for the Denver Broncos job


Although veteran sports media personality is sad about former American football player – Deion Sanders leaving his job at Jackson State for CU, even then it doesn’t mean that the former won’t pitch head scratching ideas. Safe to say, most likely, one of the most bizarre ones.

Deion Sanders
Deion Sanders

But to bring everyone on the same page, ever his official announcement – Deion Sanders, who registered an undefeated season to cap three impressive years at Jackson State, compiling a 27-5 record and even win two SWAC championships, will be coaching his son’s team. However, Bayless wanted more of and for him.

Skip Bayless wrote in his tweet, “Congrats to Deion Sanders, rarest of humans. Hate to see him leave Jackson St – hoped to see him one day schedule/beat Ole Miss, Bama, Ga. But Colorado just hit the coaching lottery. It will soon be Prime Time in the Pac-12. Colorado’s pro team (in Denver) should’ve hired Deion.

Should Denver Broncos have hired Deion Sanders?

Even when Denver Broncos lost 10-9 to Baltimore Ravens in their Week 13 contest, many footballing fans of the same place were keen on witnessing Deion Sanders taking charge of University of Colorado Boulder. Just like Skip – some fans even wanted Sanders to somehow direct CU and Broncos simultaneously, such is the tenacity of this NFL team.

With first year in charges- Nathaniel Hackett and Russell Wilson have been beyond disappointing for the Denver Broncos and given the intent Deion Sanders has shown with Jackson State, his discipline could’ve changed the fortune by leaps.

Will we witness Coach Prime taking that leap in the coming with the Broncos? Or are these speculations too good to be true? Remains to be seen.

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