If Manziel does struggle in the NFL, one thing is for certain, he won't give up easily. He never quits on plays, just watch him escape SEC defenders in an effort to avoid a sack, and he certainly won't give up if the NFL becomes a daunting task to overcome in his rookie season. While it still might not pan out, no matter how hard he works at improving in the long run, at least the team will have someone who is unwilling to give up.
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You too could party with Johnny Football
Manziel has been no stranger to soaking up the nightlife atmosphere of whatever town he happens to be in, so his new NFL home will likely be no different. Just go out to the city's most popular nightlife area, and see if Johnny Football makes an appearance, it could happen. Courtesy: Instagram/@JManziel2
City's other sports teams get a new fan
Manziel has been spotted sitting court side at several NBA games during his college career, so its very likely he will make appearances in his new NFL home. If he ends up with the Browns, Cleveland fans will certainly love to see Johnny Football sitting court side at a Cavaliers game and become buddies with Kyrie Irving instead of LeBron James.
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He could become a star somewhere else
Some Houston Texans fans want their team to draft the home-grown quarterback Manziel, others aren't so sure about him. Manziel did say it would be the "worst decision they've ever made" if Houston passes on him with the No. 1 pick, but what if that actually ends up being the case? Nothing would drive Houston fans more crazy than watching Johnny Football lead the Jaguars to the Super Bowl.
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Keeping up with the Joneses
Russell Wilson, Colin Kaepernick, Cam Newton. The new style of quarterback is one who can make plays with his arm, as well as his legs. Wilson just helped Seattle win a Super Bowl, and Manziel fits the bill for a quarterback in the new offensive trend of the NFL.
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He's a natural winner
While Manziel has made more news for his lavish lifestyle, there is no doubt he wants to win, at any cost. He's going to make a lot of money somewhere after being drafted in May, but that likely won't stop his drive to be the best at what he does.
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All eyes on you
Let's say the Jacksonville Jaguars take Manziel at No. 3 in the draft. The Jags aren't exactly known as the most popular team in the nation right now, but with Manziel on the team, Jacksonville becomes the talk of the league, just like that. Sure not everyone likes Manziel, but at least it is safe to say most are interested in him and his career. Might even be enough tickets sold to take some tarps off the upper deck seats.
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Since winning the Heisman Trophy in his freshman year, Manziel has made friends with numerous celebrities and other big names in entertainment. Who wouldn't want LeBron James, Drake or the Duck Dynasty guys as fans of their team? With drafting Manziel comes a new fan base. Courtesy: Instagram/@JManziel2
It is what made him so polarizing while playing at Texas A&M, Manziel is always looking to make a big play on the field, and often times, he was able to do so in college. While the NFL is a different monster, he could bring the same excitement to whatever team he joins.
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Manziel might end up being a bust, but there is also an equal chance he will be great. It is almost a bigger risk to not take someone like Manziel that has so much potential. Even if he ends up not panning out, at least your team tried, right?