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That big sigh of relief is the sound of college football fans being reunited with the thing they love. That louder sigh of relief you hear is the Texas A&M head coach Kevin Sumlin seeing his program succeed without Johnny Manziel.
Year in and year out, some of the most hyped and discussed players in Fantasy Football are… rookies. This year appears to be the year of the rookie wideout, but what about the rookies that throw the ball?
Does Johnny Manziel have the maturity, on or off the field, to be a starting quarterback in the NFL? Scott Engel, Corey Parson and Greg Sussman debate.
Brian Hoyer would have to win the Super Bowl to keep his job now than Johnny Manziel is behind him.
When a man throws eight completions in a preseason game against a third-string defense, his stock rises considerably.
The Genius Reason Why NFL Teams Should Start Their Rookie QBs — Like Johnny Manziel And Blake Bortles — Right Away
If teams want to make the most of their rookie quarterbacks, they need to start them right away. Forget the Aaron Rodgers method and go with the Russell Wilson model.
In the latest edition of “Johnny Manziel Did Something Unsurprising And You Shouldn’t Be Surprised” (or alternatively “Why Does Everyone Care About Everything Johnny Manziel Does With His Life”), it has been reported that Mr. Football was late for a meeting.
We’re going to let one standout quote steal the thunder of an otherwise outstanding piece in New York Magazine about Jon Bon Jovi’s quest to buy the Buffalo Bills — and Buffalo’s response, which is mainly “Fuck Jon Bon Jovi” — because it’s just that good.