Tony Romo is earning rave reviews for his work this season on CBS NFL broadcasts, showing a tremendous ability to predict plays before they happen. Romo works the Cowboys-Chiefs game Sunday at AT&T Stadium, and if he's been great at guessing offensive plays run by unfamiliar offenses, just imagine how clairvoyant the former Dallas quarterback will look when he watches the offense he led for 12 seasons before retiring to move to the broadcast booth this season. Dak Prescott, who took over as the Cowboys quarterback after Romo was injured last year, hopes the QB-turned-analyst avoids that Nostradamus act this weekend.