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View Poll Results: Better NFL Career RT or Johnny Football?

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Thread: Better NFL Career..RT or Johnny Football?

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    not even a doubt in my mind manziel will be a much better player than rt. he has all the intangibles and play making ability in the world. the only knock on him is his size. he was awesome in the sec while rt was average at best, it will be no different in the pros.
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    RT will prove to be a better pro than Manziel.

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    No, it really means nothing. If it were the same draft it MIGHT mean something.
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    Yeah, Johnny seems like on arrogant SOB!!

    but there talk that he will drafted higher than RT, that's gotta mean something!!!


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    not even a doubt in my mind manziel will be a much better player than rt. he has all the intangibles and play making ability in the world. the only knock on him is his size. he was awesome in the sec while rt was average at best, it will be no different in the pros.
    I believe any man's finest hour - his greatest fulfillment to all he holds dear, is that moment when he has worked his heart out in a good cause and lies exhausted on the field of battle...Victorious

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    Quote Originally Posted by bird33 View Post
    not even a doubt in my mind manziel will be a much better player than rt. he has all the intangibles and play making ability in the world. the only knock on him is his size. he was awesome in the sec while rt was average at best, it will be no different in the pros.
    If you watched him play he rolls right on every pass play because he cant see over the line. The pros will game plan that and he will be forced to try and play from the pocket...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hayden Fox View Post
    I do not like Manziel as a pro.
    yeah me neither. I think he'll be a bust. Dont hate the guy and find him kinda entertaining but I dont see him being a good pro qb
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    Not even close. Tannehill will have by far the better career. Manziel is eventually going to get hit hard and crumble. I will be surprised if he is a starter in the NFL for 10 years. Tannehill however, will be starting for more than 15 years and playing at a higher level.

    Tannehill has all of the tools, the strong arm. Quick release, height, good footwork, accuracy, ability to read defenses, blocking assignment shifts, hard work, intelligence ... literally all of the tools. It's just a matter of time before he is a top 10 QB and he could become a top 5 QB in time.

    Manziel doesn't have that arm, accuracy, ability to read the defense, height, durability, or work ethic. He has great escapability and average arm talent in a not - durable package with a style that will make him injury-prone.

    Careers? It's not even going to b close. If you want to make it close, ask who will have the better rookie season or something.
    "I want guys who want to make an impact on and off the field. Good human beings. Guys who want to get better. Guys who want to improve. They want to be great, want to win. Those types of guys we can work with every day." --Joe Philbin
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    Quote Originally Posted by Digital View Post
    Not even close. Tannehill will have by far the better career. Manziel is eventually going to get hit hard and crumble. I will be surprised if he is a starter in the NFL for 10 years. Tannehill however, will be starting for more than 15 years and playing at a higher level.

    Tannehill has all of the tools, the strong arm. Quick release, height, good footwork, accuracy, ability to read defenses, blocking assignment shifts, hard work, intelligence ... literally all of the tools. It's just a matter of time before he is a top 10 QB and he could become a top 5 QB in time.

    Manziel doesn't have that arm, accuracy, ability to read the defense, height, durability, or work ethic. He has great escapability and average arm talent in a not - durable package with a style that will make him injury-prone.

    Careers? It's not even going to b close. If you want to make it close, ask who will have the better rookie season or something.
    But Johnny seems to already have that "testicular fortitude," something that RT has yet to display....





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    Manziel is a elite college talent, but most of his "highlights" where Evans highlights out jumping cbs for a under thrown ball..



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    RT, this whole running QB is the new fad. RGIII got caught and declined greatly. Just wait until defences figure it all out and these QB's are forced to use their Arms to win games and not legs.
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    I don't think I've ever seen a QB with the overall quickness, elusiveness and speed of Johnny Manziel. Maybe Mike Vick, maybe Steve Young? Having said that, in the NFL he's probably a better punt returner than a QB. I probably shouldn't be so quick to judge - there have been a few QB's who made a living off the broken play (Tarkenton, Flutie, Jeff Garcia to an extent, and nowadays, Russell Wilson), but all of them could make a living in the pocket when they needed to as well. Can Manziel do that? My eyes and gut say no, but I've been wrong before (rarely) .
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