I agree. He has been right more than wrong this year and last. I follow him on twitter and he's a good follow. I still haven't really been able to forget that whole ordeal he was involved in with credit card fraud or whatever it was. Still has no effect on how reliable his information is though, so he's good in my book for what I want from him. And all I want from him is Saints scoops.Legit.
To your point, I think it is important to say two things. First, a lot of these matters tend to be very fluid. You could hear something and it could easily change within hours. This is especially true when dealing with the Saints top brass because they are constantly collecting info and evaluating situations. In any case, I believe strongly it is better to have multiple contacts to cross-check info but that is not possible for everyone. A lot of good reporting depends on the source.Bryan isn't a normal poster. He was the first person I saw to suggest that Sheldon Rankins would be back as soon as he was. There's been several times when he was hours ahead of national reporters for breaking news. Like he called the Michael Thomas extension right before it happened.
A time or two you can say he's just really good at guessing. But he's been very specific. If you can tolerate soem of his more off the wall antics and he's pretty NSFW most of the time, but he's a legit insider. He just doesn't care about looking good for public consumption.
Agree - and I think Bryan does a good job of presenting the information and telling you how reliable it is. He's not throwing out rampant speculation, he's investigating and reporting on what he finds. If he believes the sources are reliable, he says so. If it's not quite to that point and just something that's out there, he says that too.bryan is more right than wrong and has been on cbs/espn radio nola since cbs sports radio was a thing. with everything take with a grain of salt but he is better than most with a blue check.
He goes on to list teams that would/could be interested in Sanders, but the Saints are not one of them. Panthers, 49ers, Ravens, Patriots according to RotoworldESPN's Adam Schefter reports the Broncos are open to trading Emmanuel Sanders ahead of next Tuesday's deadline.
Sometimes it's the teams that aren't mentioned that end up making the move. The Rams weren't in any conversation about Ramsey until Tuesday.He goes on to list teams that would/could be interested in Sanders, but the Saints are not one of them. Panthers, 49ers, Ravens, Patriots according to Rotoworld
He's 32 years old and a free agent after the season. So you're talking about giving up a 3rd round pick or better for half a season of him? That's too much for me. My price was a 4th or lower. Wait 3 months and sign him if you want him. He'll be 33 then.Disagree sanders is a beast
And ginn is 34 and sanders is way better than ginnHe's 32 years old and a free agent after the season. So you're talking about giving up a 3rd round pick or better for half a season of him? That's too much for me. My price was a 4th or lower. Wait 3 months and sign him if you want him. He'll be 33 then.
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