It's not just the lack of insider information. If he had been making his predictions based just on the same observations that we are privy to, the chances of him making a prediction that Moses would be cut would be slim. It makes him sound like he doesn't know what he's talking about. Many people, amateur and expert alike, changed their minds about Moses's status after Thursday's game. Not just his performance, but the way the coaches handled the return assignments as well.
Cluelessness or laziness - neither one is something I want from a reporter.
Addition by subtraction