So another week of football is in the books, and there is still so much to determine over the final two weeks of the season. Division titles, playoff berths, draft order!
Johnny Manziel needs to elevate his skills to meet his larger-than-life personality. And — like it or not — that will take some time, according to Boomer Esiason.
In Cleveland, the debut of Johnny Football was a monumental flop. “It was tough,” Manziel said Sunday. “I’m not using the rookie excuse. It’s not me.”
Let’s take a look at the good, the bad and the ugly of Week 15. Here are the four takeaways you need to know from Sunday.
The bell has tolled for Brian Hoyer. And he never really had a chance. It’s showtime for Johnny Manziel. An entirely different show than the one to which he’s become so accustomed.
We’ll find out once and for all how Johnny Football translates as an NFL quarterback, but I’ll tell you one thing: he can’t be any worse than Brian Hoyer!
After one of the best football weekends in quite a while, this is a good time to unwind, digest and examine a playoff picture and an NFL landscape that makes a lot more sense heading into the final month of the season.
A Browns fan who says he wanted to give Johnny Manziel “a hug” was struck by the rookie quarterback’s entourage at a downtown hotel and was left with a swollen eye and lip, police said.
What does Tony Gonzalez think about Atlanta’s chances of making the NFL Playoffs? Who should Cleveland name as their starting quarterback? Gonzalez answers these questions and more.
Here are 8 ways you responded on Twitter to Manziel trademarking ‘Johnny Cleveland.’
In just one game into the 2014 season, Texas A&M didn’t miss a beat without Johnny Manziel.
He’s not exactly on Eli or Peyton’s level when it comes to comedic timing, but not to worry. The scrambling party boy is just a rookie. He’s got time to improve.
With the NFL mushrooming into a nuclear corporate, sports, and social behemoth, the shards of its power splattered across every corner of society, it’s crossover power has created crossover stars.
Meet the NFL players you need to follow this football season.
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.