Deion Sanders and Larry Brown only played together for one season.
These two cover guys were not so much a dynamic duo as they were a dynamic Batman-like super hero, with the other a Robin-like wannabe riding the coattails of his super hero counterpart.
However, for that 1995 season, it didn't get any better than these two guys.
Sanders, who in my mind is the best corner to ever play the game, completely locked down one side of the field anytime he stepped onto it.
After Sanders’ six interceptions, three of which went back for touchdowns and a whopping 303 interception return yards a year earlier in 1994, no quarterback was even throwing to his side of the field. The recipient of all those extra passes being thrown his way was Brown.
While "Prime Time” finished the 1995 season with just two picks, Brown finished with six interceptions, returning two of those back for touchdowns.
The season ended with a 27-17 victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers in Super Bowl XXX.
While Sanders went on to a Hall of Fame career, Brown signed a lucrative contract with the Oakland Raiders and proceeded to vanish into NFL obscurity, finishing with only one interception over the next two seasons with the Raiders.