Johnny Manziel has always been the subject of controversy. From his glory days at Texas A&M to his failed career with the Cleveland Browns; Manziel has always been the subject of the sports news world for all the wrong reasons. Some of the incidents that he occurred are as follows: seeking alcohol treatment on January 28th 2015, then being seen drinking at clubs and bars after leaving rehab. Then on January 30th, 2016 Johnny Manziel allegedly assaulted his girlfriend at a Dallas Hotel; this is a violent crime which has to be taken very seriously and the NFL needs to address it, especially with the NFL’s history in domestic violence matters. On April 26th a Texas grand jury indicted Manziel and accusses him of “intentionally and knowingly and recklessly (causing) bodily injury to” his girlfriend. During all of this Manziel has been released and signed and then released again by various agents, the Browns have released him from the tream, and it looks as if his life and career are at rock bottom. By the way there are several other incidents, but it would take too long to discuss them all.
In addition to all of the legal trouble that Johnny Manziel has gotten into, he has also been a massive headache for coaches, teammates and team personal. There have been rumors about Manziel showing up to practice drunk and hungover. In addition sources have said that he has over slept and shown up late to practice as well as several others issues. He has made it unbearable to have him in the organization is a distraction to the team.
Most Importantly, Johnny Manziel is not good. It is important to note that despite all of his legal troubles NFL teams are willing to put that to the side if they think a player can help them win games. The sports world has always been forgiving to athletes if they perform well on the field. We saw this when Michael Vick (who was convicted of unlawful dog fighting activities) made his comeback. In Michael Vick’s comeback he performed well on the field and won a lot of game which made it easy for many to forgive him. Michael Vick is still a piece of Shit by the way. Unfortunately for Johnny Manziel he is just not that good. He has played 14 games and averaged a completion percentage of 57%. His TD’s to interception is 7 to 7, with 7 additional fumbles added in there. So obviously based on his stats he is not a worthy starting Quarter Back in the NFL. In Addition to these terrible performances I think it’s safe to assume that Manziel hasn’t been getting better in the offseason. He’s been partying and drinking most nights in whats seems to be a spiral into Rock Bottom. I do not think that we will ever see Manziel on an NFL field again, not even on the sidelines as a backup. What we will probably see are small signs of a comeback, where a team signs him in the off season to tryout for the team, but they will realize he’s not good enough and not worth the headache.