Is Johnny Manziel a savoir or just another figure in our history of failed quarterbacks? Barry Goodrich
Johnny Manziel is our new civic obsession. Everyone has an opinion on the Cleveland Browns first-round pick. He’s too small and too cocky. He spent too much time partying in Las Vegas. He is tough and exactly the winner Cleveland has been searching for since Bernie Kosar. Look out, Pro Football Hall of Fame, here’s Johnny. So before training camp opens later this month, we polled a former Browns quarterback, a sports psychologist, a talk-radio host and the author of a new book on Manziel for their expert take on the guy who will lead us to the Super Bowl — or not.
Hover over the yellow dots to read their theories.