It’s going to be tough for a player to ever reach or surpass the level of success Tom Brady has had.

But if anyone is going to do it, it’s definitely … Dak Prescott? That’s a wild assertion, we know.

But on Wednesday’s airing of FS1’s “Speak For Yourself.” ex-NFL defensive end Marcellus Wiley launched a simply nuts take in response to a question about the Dallas Cowboys signal-caller maybe one day reaching Russell Wilson’s level.

“I will go one greater than Russell Wilson, I’ll go Tom Brady,” Wiley said. “Don’t tell me about young Tom Brady, because I played young Tom Brady, I was in the defensive meetings and we were like, ‘We ain’t got to worry about that 12. We don’t have to.’ Until they won a Super Bowl, and again, and again. And then you’re like ‘Oh,’ and then you saw the transition. Be respectful.”

Wiley added: “There’s a possibility (Prescott reaches that level). And there was a reality when nobody saw Tom Brady coming, there was a reality no one saw Russell Wilson coming. Rewind the movie.”

If Prescott, who already is in his fourth NFL season, reaches that level, it would be an absolute stunner. But hey, stranger things have happened.

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