Deion Sanders Names The 2 Best Athletes He’s Ever Played Against
Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports
Deion Sanders is arguably the one of the best athletes of all time playing both in the NFL and MLB. On Monday, he was revealed on Barstool Sports' Pardon My Take the two best athletes he ever faced...


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Originally published on TigerDroppings.com

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Perry Como's best of all time: "Dream along with me."
Reply9 days
That's all well and good but in your prime you couldn't even tackle a practice dummy.
Reply13 days
Aw, you ain’t catchin’ no crackhead...
Reply13 days
I bet Junebug was really tight with Cornpop.
Reply13 days
It's Deion's shtick. He and everybody else knows he couldn't play anything at any level at his age
Reply13 days
It doesn't matter what your opinion of Deion happens to be. He's one of the greatest athletes of all time. He played at an all-star level in professional football and baseball. I've never liked the guy because of his loud mouth but he was a superb athlete by any stretch of the imagination.
Reply13 days
Typical ego on a has been. You're telling me he could check Jamar Chase or Jerry Jeudy? No way
Reply13 days
In his prime, yes....his speed made him a freak of nature. Not sure who "Junebug" is though.
13 days
To be fair, you were allowed to hold, clutch, and grab on to WR back when he played. The scam was always to hold onto WR about 7-10 yards downfield to push him off his route. New England won a super bowl, playing the hold, clutch, and hug defense in secondary vs Rams.
13 days
The biggest egomaniac on the planet
Reply13 days
He should run for president
13 days
Lol
Reply13 days
Them crackheads are slippery.
Reply13 days
Deion will be 80 years old talking about how he can still lock down NFL receivers... problem is, they pass a lot more now, he would have to tackle.
Reply13 days
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