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You can add NFL Hall of Famer Deion Sanders to list of those who have been disappointed in the Texans 2-7 season.

“I am mad at your team (Houston Texans) in your city,” Sanders said during a high school basketball game when his charter school, appropriately named Prime Prep Academy, from Dallas defeated Yates 85-79 Monday night. “I can’t even understand it. It all starts with the quarterback position and it trickles down.”

Sanders joined the Legacy Sports Network halftime show and shared his enthusiasm with Case Keenum.

“I think this young kid you have quarterbacking right now, he has something man,” he declared. “He has some intangibles and has a leadership quality and I do believe these guys are traveling behind him and they believe in him, especially Andre Johnson. His statistics have sky rocketed since this kid has been back there.”

In regards to Andre Johnson, does Prime Time think he is the best in the league?

“Well there happens to be a guy named Calvin Johnson in Detroit,” he said. “But Andre Johnson, over the time span he has done it, I don’t know if there are too many people in this game can parallel what he has done over the decades.”

The 46-year old Sanders, does not miss playing the game. “You never miss the things you walk away from,” he explained. “You normally miss the things that walk away from you.”

But what if Brett Favre decided to give the NFL another go?

“If Brett comes back, I’m coming back!”

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