And yall bet your asses Manziel is an nfl prospect. One more year like this year and I could see him declaring for the 2014 draft.
I don't know about Manziel... too early to tell.
I'm still holding out hope for Pat White to have a breakout season as that 44th overall pick stud Ireland loved so much....
wait a second
Pat white was a Parcells pick so if ireland sees manziel and pat white as similar prospects, you can be sure hes not on our radar.
Get real, Tannehill is fine and Manziel is a FRESHMAN.
Do I have to name off the college QB's who won heisman's and tore up college football....only to flop in the NFL?
"Fiedler did not have the arm strength of Tannehill, but overall he was a much better QB."
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You would say that, wouldn't you.
And who do you think is going to believe you.
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I don't get this forum sometimes. Why do we either have the wrong QB or Manziel is a bust? I like both of them, they are very different QB's though. IMO Tannehill would have thrived in this A&M system this year just like Manziel has. Tannehill is the better passer and the better athlete and I am happy to have him. It will be interesting to see how Manziel develops in the next few years.
I will stick with RT. He has looked good for a rookie. Time will only tell.
Manziel looks to be an Awesome talent, but if you look at how Tannehill played after playing most of his career at WR and then coming in mid-season of his 3rd year, is almost as amazing as a Rookie having a great 1st year.....you know who also had an above average 1st year in College.....Chad Henne.
Could Manziel be the real deal when he reaches the NFL, sure, but don't expect it to be a definite, history has shown us superstars in college, don't exactly continue on that road in the NFL.
The future is now!!!