You don’t need to be a fantasy football guru to know you shouldn’t draft a back-up quarterback. This is especially true if the back-up in question failed to beat out Brian Hoyer for the starting job.
Johnny Manziel fell a lot further than anyone would have expected at the NFL Draft, but he landed right where the Cleveland Browns wanted him to fall. Now, the focus needs to stay on the field instead of off it, and Manziel could up bringing an excitement that the Browns have not seen in decades.
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The Cleveland Browns have named Brian Hoyer as the team’s starter moving forward, leaving first round pick Johnny Manziel as the team’s backup.
On Monday night Johnny Football shocked the world. Not with his outstanding quarterbacking, but with his ‘flip-off’ of the Redskins bench — and it was all caught on national TV. During the game, after being […]
If the Browns pick a quarterback based solely on numbers, there is not much that either Johnny Manziel or Brian Hoyer did on Monday night to show who deserves the job.
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Texas A&M coach Kevin Sumlin says that Hill will start for the Aggies in their opener against South Carolina on Aug. 28. Hill beat out freshman Kyle Allen for the job.
Let’s take a look at exactly why Johnny Manziel needs to start in week 1 for the Cleveland Browns.
Whoever gets the job will be left with big shoes to fill, but Sumlin isn’t expecting that player to be Johnny Football and has talked to his veterans about helping the starter adjust.