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    Re: Manziel Gesture

    Quote Originally Posted by GMackey32 View Post
    I love it. I love a good train wreck. If his career goes as I think it will, it's going to be must see TV for a couple of years.
    That's why I wish he wasn't on the browns. I want to watch him fail, but I'm also a brown's fan so that would hurt my favorite team


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    Re: Manziel Gesture

    If he can't control himself under the pressure of preseason it could be a long year for Johnny Futball.



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    Re: Manziel Gesture

    Quote Originally Posted by CYphyllis View Post
    I wish there was more of it, sportsmanship is about the least fun aspect of sports. Drop the act and give me more late 80's Miami shenanigans and I'd be the happiest sports fan alive.
    Wow. So you think athletes acting like immature a-holes is a good thing? Call me an old stick-in-the-mud if you want, but that's terrible. Personally I would rather have more sportsmanship than less, but whatever.

    Unless you like having 8-year-olds copy what they see on TV and acting like a-holes in public themselves. They're already immature, so they can't help that.

    And as for the guy saying they should let them dunk on the goalposts again - if Jimmy Graham hadn't knocked the uprights askew with dunking last year, causing the game to be delayed, that probably still would be legal. If you're gonna dunk, you gotta get up there and do it instead of hanging on the "rim." C'mon, man!



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    Single Booker? Rookie move....


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    Re: Manziel Gesture

    It's kind of funny how some people absolutely love him while others absolutely hate him. Not a whole lot of people indifferent.

    Personally, I'm not a fan. Call me boring, but I'd rather have my kids look up to a guy like Peyton Manning than this spoiled tool. I fully anticipate him being irrelevant within 3 years.



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    Johnny will be Johnny


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    Re: Manziel Gesture

    Quote Originally Posted by ribsnwhiskey View Post
    I'm sure he'll be fine either way. He's the anti-Tebow and the media laps this **** up.
    He will be out if the league in a couple years...can't run around like he does, eventually a linebacker or d lineman wraps you up and it's over...his arm isn't good enough anyway, not an nfl player, great college player, just not nfl player



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    Re: Manziel Gesture

    1. You don't know how football works if you think Manziel will have a successful career. The only reason Manziel will ever start a football game is to make money from the fans, not to win.

    2. I'm so glad Manziel is in Cleveland and nowhere else. If there was one place where I had to send the ********* of all role models, it would be Cleveland, because those kids already have horrible lives.

    3. I wish nothing but failure for him. He thinks he's all that. You think he really cares that he was late to a meeting? You think he really cares that people are calling him out for flipping the bird? Seriously, in the NFL, I would take Steele Jantz or any former Hawk QB over Johnny Manziel. They may not be as talented as Manziel, but at least they won't bring embarrassment to the organization.

    Manziel may be the anti-Tebow, but he's taking the same course as Tebow. Media acts like he's all they got for one, maybe two years, then realize he's a pile of crap on the field, he gets cut.

    Unlike Tebow, he will announce at the age of 25 that he's bankrupt because he spent all his moneys on strippers and blow.


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    Re: Manziel Gesture

    Quote Originally Posted by isufbcurt View Post
    It's more than just the Manzel thing. They have cracked down on all types of celebrations. These guys are Professionals and Entertainers let them have some fun and do their celebrations.
    Biggest example is going into crowd and taking a ball from the fans on the rare occasion one flies in there...obvious that the cost of having one or two extra balls at a game far outweighs the negative pr of a rich organization taking balls from fans.



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    Re: Manziel Gesture

    Johnny Football was given a gift when the biggest sports star on the planet came back to Cleveland. If I'm his agent or publicist I'm counting the days until LeBron plays games for the Cavs.



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    Re: Manziel Gesture

    Sure he wasn't pretending to be from Texas by doing the hookem horns gesture as he was embarrassed by his performance?


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    Re: Manziel Gesture

    Quote Originally Posted by CYphyllis View Post
    I wish there was more of it, sportsmanship is about the least fun aspect of sports. Drop the act and give me more late 80's Miami shenanigans and I'd be the happiest sports fan alive.
    This actually doesn't surprise me a bit, coming from you.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Tailg8er View Post
    It's kind of funny how some people absolutely love him while others absolutely hate him. Not a whole lot of people indifferent.

    Personally, I'm not a fan. Call me boring, but I'd rather have my kids look up to a guy like Peyton Manning than this spoiled tool. I fully anticipate him being irrelevant within 3 years.
    I wouldn't say that I hate the guy, but I do think his act has already gotten old and we're not even to the start of the regular season yet.

    I'm not even sure he's a "bad guy" necessarily, but he does need to grow up.


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    Re: Manziel Gesture

    Flipped the bird over his shoulder for a split second as he ran away from the Skins bench? You're a big man Johnny Football. Haha, what a joke.



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    I wish people wouldn't compare Maziel and Tebow. Tebow is a far better person.




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