New Orleans Saints

Commentary: Saint named an NFL LVP; he deserves it

Carolina Panthers wide receiver Ted Ginn Jr. hauls in a 55-yard catch past New Orleans Saints cornerback Brandon Browner on Sept. 27 at Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte.
Carolina Panthers wide receiver Ted Ginn Jr. hauls in a 55-yard catch past New Orleans Saints cornerback Brandon Browner on Sept. 27 at Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte. Charlotte Observer

You would think a starting cornerback with back-to-back Super Bowl rings is a valuable player.

That's not the case with the New Orleans Saints' Brandon Browner, a Super Bowl winner with the Seattle Seahawks in the 2013 season and the New England Patriots in the 2014 season.

A Charles Barkley word can be used to describe Browner's first season with the Saints:

"Tear-a-bull."

That's why Browner is on the list of The Least Valuable Player of Every NFL Team in 2015 published by the website PointAfter.com.

PointerAfter describes itself as "a sports news and statistics site featuring timely charts, scores and analysis" and it has compelling reasons for choosing Browner as one of its LVPs.

"The days of Browner constituting one-fourth of Seattle's Legion of Boom are long gone. He has our vote as the NFL's least valuable cornerback of 2015," PointAfter says.

Browner's dishonor is well deserved.

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