• Big T

    Johnny will never be an elite qb. He is constantly making an azz of himself. The fact that he has to constantly remind people of how great he is lets you know how bad he really is. Rodgers is the complete package and have no fear he won’t be out making an azz of himself anytime soon. Please don’t ever compare, mention, or even write Rodgers name close to this circus show freaks name again. Thank you…

  • http://www.lyrictrumpet.com Bearmeat

    Ugh. No no no. Manziel does not have what it takes to be an elite (or even good) NFL QB without a tremendous work ethic. I don’t care what he does with his time as long as he isn’t bringing negative attention on himself or his team.

    I’ve lived in Texas for 6 years and Houston for the past year. “Johnny Football” does not handle adversity well at all. How is that going to go down when he’s thrown 3 INTs (which all rook QBs do) and has gotten blown up 10 times by a 250 lb LB because of his stupid scrambling? Not well. That’s how.

    I was praying the Vikes took this guy. It would have set them back years. The Browns never get it right.

  • http://allgbp.com duhawk

    I don’t think Johnny is all that good. He will have a hard time becoming a star not saying he will not. But no Russel Wilson he will become. Wilson like Rogers stay low. I truely believe that players like Johnny get the attention is because the media hunts them down and they want a story. It is like a brat kid who wants everyone tending to them whenever they cry. Once the kid stops cry wolf no one cares that much. I am not saying they should stop reporting stories but they don’t need the headlines posted so these wet behind the ear kids get the attendion. A lot of this press is coming from the college coaches too. To make something out of nothind I would take a low key Rogers over anyone playing football/baseball/and basketball any day. Their playing makes headlines, the way it should be!

  • Stroh

    Manzel’s exploits in vegas show a lack of maturity and poor decision making! That’s a bad combination for a supposed Franchise QB to have. Rodgers was in vegas a few year back and had a photo of him taken in a club. But he kept a low profile and didn’t make himself look like a college party animal on Spring Break! Its one of the reasons, I don’t think Manzel will ever be a good Pro QB. From what I hear he is a spoiled rich kid who got everything he ever wanted handed to him. Its exactly that type entitlement that leads to him acting like he does, and its NOT what you want from your Franchise QB.

    Did Rodgers, Brady, Brees, Manning do any of this? Surely they’ve been to Vegas, but they kept it low profile and didn’t act like a college kid on Spring Break!

  • marpag

    Is there nowhere on this planet where I can avoid seeing stories about Johnny Manziel?

  • Slim11

    Manziel’s attitude resembles that of Michael Vick…not caring what anyone else thought of him and convinced he could do it “his” way. Vick wound up in prison. Is Manziel headed down the same path?

    When these players were drafted…Vick, Manziel and JerMichael Finley…I believed they all would benefit from another year in college. Of the three Finley was the only one who ended up in Green Bay and may have enjoyed the most on-field success.

    • Stroh

      How in the world do you get that Manziel, Vick and Jermichael Finley belong in the same sentence or conversation? They are nothing alike, except that Maybe they would have benefitted from another year in college. Manziel and Vick were 1st rd picks, and neither you nor I would stay in college if they are going to be a 1st rd pick.

      Finley’s only “issue” was saying what he thought out loud, as if that is something wrong?!

      • Slim11

        For Manziel and Vick, another year in school would have benefited their personal maturity. The choices Vick made, IMO, pointed to his lack of maturity as a person. I see a similar process with Manziel. Just because they were first round choices doesn’t mean they were ready for the NFL.

        The reason I included Finley in there was his maturity as a player. I think he would have benefited from another year of D-I college football at Texas. Vick and Manziel would have as well.

        The “issue” you pointed out with Finley was accurate. He shot his mouth off. That happens.

        • Stroh

          By Shot his mouth off, you mean exercised Freedom of Speech? Since when is that a crime?

          • Slim11

            When did I call it a crime? I was describing immaturity.

  • http://www.lyrictrumpet.com Bearmeat

    What’s with all the articles being removed? First NFCN standings possibilities.. now Favre non-reunion thoughts? I thought they were both good….

    • http://allgbp.com Thegreatreynoldo

      As a note, some of the comments IIRC are missing from What to Expect of Dix/Eddie Murphy, too. Not my concern; I am just happy that this website is around!

      • Stroh

        Yeah I noticed that too, so its not just the missed article, but also a bunch of comments that were wiped out.

        Got a virus in your system or something Al?

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  • Turophile

    Looking at Manziel, it struck me how much like a Goblin he looked. Money must give the girls bigger ‘beer goggles’ than beer !

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