When Johnny Manziel took the field for the Texas A&M Aggies on Saturday, many thought it would the last time he played at Kyle Field in front of the Aggies’ fan base and its “12th Man.” Considering the trouble that No. 2 has stirred up during his time in College Station and the fact that Manziel could be a first-round pick in 2014 NFL Draft, it appears that Johnny Football’s days of playing home games at Kyle Field are all but over.
Thankfully, Manziel left a great lasting impression on his Texas A&M brethren with five touchdown tosses, 446 passing yards and another 47 yards on the ground. Manziel’s video game numbers are impressive, yet No. 2 has his sights set on playing with the best in the business — on Sundays. And before Manziel can do that he must improve upon his accuracy inside the pocket. NFL scouts know all about Manziel’s play-making ability, but Johnny Football won’t be able to survive off of broken plays and scrambles once he makes the leap to the next level.
All in all; one chapter of Manziel’s football life has come to a close and now he must focus on becoming a serviceable NFL quarterback.