But most of the spring and summer you and others said Johnny, Johnny, Johnny and Hoyer can't do this and Hoyer can't do that. Manziel has potential, but Browns would not have been close in these three games without Hoyer at the helm.
keep reading that Manziel has all these glaze-eyed zealots here but I can't seem to find them.
it's a bit whack at this point.
Manziel needs about 32 starts before anybody discusses whether it's time to replace him. That's what you do with first round picks. He already has the benefit of that "redshirt year." And now, 33-year-old bridge starter Brian Hoyer would not be the dream replacement. It's really a matter of when. If the Browns lose to the Falcons and Hoyer plays poorly? I'd go with Manziel. Not because the season is over but because I hope he plays better, period.