I have to say I've enjoyed watching Johnny almost as much as Tebow. I'd love to see him do one more year of college, but it sounds like he'll come out. If he does, is he a first round pick?
I'm still not convinced JM will come out this year. He got hurt early in the year. He never fully recovered. I'm pretty sure NFL scouts took note of that. He has a fragile looking body and running around in the NFL will spell a very short tenure for him. He also hurt himself with his performance against LSU. All that said, he is a fantastic college QB. I don't see him as a first rounder, however. He has been stereotyped as an ad-libber. I see him going late 2nd round to early 3rd round. I hope he proves me wrong. But, I think he will only enjoy moderate success in the NFL. I agree, it has been a pleasure to watch him play.
Johnny Football has the opportunity to join Tim Tebow, Gino Torretta and other Heisman-winning college QBs who go bust in the NFL. He's too small and slow to be a running QB in the pros; the big and fast linebackers will have him for lunch. Give Manziel his due: he's been a great college QB and has deserved his awards. However, his NFL future is uncertain at best. He'll have none at all if he tries to be a runner.
by Sam Tumblin 3 years ago
Can the CBS announcers say anything but Johnny Manziel?I'm a big fan if football. But...im sitting here trying to watch the Arkansas Texas A&M game. This is a pretty good battle minus the redundance to Manziel. I think by know we all figure he plays for the Browns and Texas A&M...
by Sam Tumblin 4 years ago
With all the early hype and drama and signing of Money Manziel for the Clevland Browns, does he deserve the starting job? Tell me what you think. Hoyer versus Money Manzeil?
by Steven Escareno 2 years ago
As many of you might have heard, Tim Tebow has tried out to play minor league baseball, and it looks like the Mets are giving him a huge contract. I don't know the specifics of it, but I've heard that supposedly he's going to be paid way more than the average player on the...
by Tim Quam 5 years ago
Who is the greatest sleeper in NFL Draft history?The middle and late rounds of the NFL draft have found Tom Brady (sixth round), Russell Wilson (third), Terrell Davis (sixth), Bart Starr (17th), and Johnny Unitas (ninth), among others. Who do you think was the biggest bargain in NFL Draft...
by Paul Edmondson 4 years ago
The Titans, Bills and Jags need QB help. I hope this creates an opportunity to see Tebow play this year.
by Audrey Selig 5 years ago
Will Tim Tebow ever return to NFL as a quarterback? The word is no team wants him.He was let go by Denver, New York Jets, and recently New England. Hopefully, he won't be a Heisman Trophy winner that nobody wants.
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