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  1. But does Jerry Jones think that? You know he is going to be the Cowboys back-up. And i am sure you are very excited about it. [sarcasm]thrilled[/sarcasm] I actually would rather have RG3
  2. Jameis Winston Marcus Mariota Teddy Bridgewater Blake Borttles There's a few QBs younger than Johnny that seem to have grown up. If he cannot it just means he is not ready to be an NFL QB. That job comes with expectations that he is not mature enough to meet.
  3. I changed my tone on him a while ago, or tried to, because of this on the field he's still an overated idiot to me, but i seriously want this kid to turn his life around before somehting very bad happens
  4. He very well MIGHT be. Can't really dispute that, but people throw the word "alcoholic" around rather irresponsibly. There is an enormous difference between someone who drinks too much or drinks irresponsibly and/or parties too much and an actual alcoholic. For the people who are absolutely convinced that he is an alcoholic, I wonder how many legitimate alcoholics you actually know. Well, if someone throws away their dream job of NFL QB because they cannot stop dinrking, it is a pretty bad sign going into rehab for a couple of months and still not stopping, kind of a bad sign too having a
  5. We do not know it to be a fact that Johnny is an alcoholic, though it is pretty clear that he likely is one. His high school coach who went and lived with Johnny this summer and loves the kid...he knows it to be a fact.
  6. listen, this kid needs to be held accountable (IMO of course), and he needs to get his life cleaned up if he wants to try and be an nfl QB if he wants to party he'll probably hit another team and cash some checks and sit the bench. There's nothing wrong with that if he wants to party and be Johnny Football. But if he wants to be an NFL QB he needs to learn, and for that to happen i think he needs to be held accountable i fear Jerry will, as someone else said, just validate that as JFF he can do what he wants and land on his feet and he won't learn
  7. sure, MAYBE he was not in for alcohol “If he asked me if I thought drinking was a good idea, I would say absolutely not,” Scott said. “You’d have to have your head examined if you said, ‘It’s OK to go have a couple.’ “ Scott, 55, quit his job in the spring and stayed with Manziel for several weeks at the quarterback’s behest. He said he did not see Manziel drink during that time. “He kept his sobriety alive and well when I was there,” Scott said. When asked his reaction after hearing Manziel had been drinking on Monday, Scott said, “Did that surprise me? Yes, it did.” Scott said he left a mess
  8. rehab, yes. rehab for alcohol, unknown. There's been speculation it was for cocaine and/or other street drugs, not for alcohol. I am not sure it is relevant I have never heard of anyone going to any rehab for substance abuse and being told it was ok to keep drinking and partying. That's generally not the way it works. Just because you have not heard of it does not make it possible, on top of that have you spoken to every person who has exited rehab? sure it's also possible he went in for alcohol and they said "you really don't have an isue" also possible he went in for addictive nail chewing
  9. rehab, yes. rehab for alcohol, unknown. There's been speculation it was for cocaine and/or other street drugs, not for alcohol. I am not sure it is relevant I have never heard of anyone going to any rehab for substance abuse and being told it was ok to keep drinking and partying. That's generally not the way it works.
  10. Correct! But at least he'll have good citizens like Dez Bryant and Greg Hardy to keep him in line....
  11. But recently, hasn't his son been talking him out of his crazy moves and leaning toward being better at personnel moves than Jerry historically had been? It's not like he's been setting the world on fire when he's gotten the starts. 40% completion percentage in his last game. There are plenty of terrible quarterbacks in the league. But a terrible quarterback who is also a distraction just doesn't seem worth the roster spot. I know Jerry loves media attention, and Manziel will give him that, but the risk-to-reward ratio seems horrible in this case. I agree with all of this. Stephen and his
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