20 Must-follow Twitter Handles For 2015 NFL Season

Written by on June 23, 2015

In this modern era where online media is king and failing to be active on social media can prove just as costly as not owning a television at your house for informational purposes, it goes without saying that owning a twitter account is a basic necessity for NFL betting enthusiasts seeking reliable sports tips and updates on various happenings in the league. You wanna get the best of the best in real-time NFL News and Headlines? If so, do not hesitate to check out and follow the Twitter handles below, which are guaranteed to keep you well-informed throughout the 2015 NFL Season and beyond:1. Adam Schefter — Insider, ESPN: Real-time updates on anything and everything related to the NFL2. Andrew Brandt — Reporter, ESPN/Sports Illustrated: A former Green Bay executive. Brandt mostly deals with business and legal commentaries related to the NFL teams.3. Dane Brugler — Senior Draft Analyst, Sports: A great draft analyst with years of experience on the sport.4. Daniel Jeremiah — Analyst, NFL Network: A former scout and an Appalachian State graduate, Jeremiah is good value for insightful player analysis and general NFL updates.5. Darren Heitner — Sports Business Contributor, Forbes: Like most people at Forbes, he is a knowledgeable business analyst with relatable NFL insights.6. Darren Rovell – Sports Business Reporter, ABC/ESPN: Courts love and hate in equal measure with his out-of-the-box insights and unique content.7. Gil Brandt — Senior Analyst, A seasoned analyst on all matters NFL.8. Ian Rapoport— Insider, NFL Network/ A respected analyst with reliable scoops on NFL drafts and other football transactions9. Jason La Canfora — Insider, CBS Sports: La Canfora competes with Glazer, Schefter and Rapoport for NFL scoops.10. Josina Anderson — Reporter, ESPN: Honest and simple in a very resourceful way.11. Lindsay Jones — Reporter, USA Today: Cream of reporters with solid NFL coverage and breaking news in the league.12. Matt Miller — NFL Draft Lead Analyst, Bleacher Report: A fine-tuned researcher and fact-based analysts who blends his trade with well-put opinionated updates13. Mel Kiper, Jr. — NFL/College Football Analyst, ESPN: A master in matters related to the NFL Draft and monitoring the transition of players from college football to the NFL.14. NFL Network: The best place for NFL enthusiasts to drink from an ever-flowing oasis of fresh NFL data, news and pretty much everything NFL, including injuries and all.15. Peter King — Reporter, Sports Illustrated/MMQB: A guru on the sport, especially in regards to team news and trending NFL storiesPhil Savage16. Phil Savage — Executive Director, Reese’s Senior Bowl: The former Cleveland Browns GM has made a name for himself an analyst on both college football and the NFL.17. Rand Getlin — Insider, Yahoo! Sports: A law graduate from the University of Southern California that boasts of matchless insights on legal or player-related issues around the NFL, as well as punitive measures for “criminals” in the league.18. Smart Football: They provide advanced analysis of plays, formations and schemes in both the NFL and college football. A great place for fine pointers on football strategies.19. Todd McShay — Analyst, ESPN: An NFL mainstay whose writing skills and live-game updates are matchless to many big-timers in this list.20. Will Brinson — NFL Analysts for CBS Sports: Real journalism right here… He covers a wide range of news with a great sense of humor on various occurrences in the ( (
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