jmdirt said:IMO, SAS is a terrible sports journalist (and not even a good person). I really have no idea how he got to where he is. Only time will tell for Manziel.movingtarget said:on3m@n@rmy said:That explains a lot, especially being diagnosed just a year ago. Sounds like he's on the right track. Good for him.
Then you get a fool like Stephen A. Smith saying that Manziel is a product of white privilege and should not be cut some slack because he has a mental disorder but also doubting that he does have a mental disorder even though Manziel himself said it was only recently diagnosed. I guess he was trying to say that the whole thing is bunkum and that Manziel is just using it as a way to attract sympathy and find his way back into the NFL.
Not only is SAS a master of the flip flop with his opinions he is basically there to rant about every subject while others take a low key approach. Some call it entertainment. He was totally against Kaep and kept commenting on his poor play costing him a job but when the tide turned and people started talking blacklist, SAS jumped on board in a hurry !