Here Is ESPN's Merrill Hodge's "bust" Analysis Of Johnny Manziel | SECRant.com
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Dale Zanine-USA TODAY Sports
The internet is a buzz about ESPN NFL analyst Merrill Hodge's breakdown of Johnny Manziel's game that included calling him a "bust." Check it out...
quote:

He has absolutely no instinct or feel for pocket awareness. He has an instinct to run. That’s a bad instinct if you’re going to have that in the National Football League,” Hoge said on “SportsCenter” on Wednesday. “You have to play in the pocket with traffic around you and throw it. When traffic comes around him, he runs, and that’s dangerous in the National Football League. His skill set does not transition to the National Football League, and it is a big, big risk. In fact, I see bust written all over him, especially if he’s drafted in the first round.
Hodge never holds back, I love it.
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Wait, so we're talking about the National Football League? I'm sure Johnny Manziel will do well in the National Football League. The National Football League needs more quarterbacks like Johnny Manziel.
Reply28 months
Here he is jocking Brohm over Rodgers. LINK
Reply28 months
Not to mention he said Brian Brohm was gonna be way better than A-Rod!
Reply28 months
He also said JaWalrus was gonna be a great QB so there is that.....
Reply28 months
LSU stopped him his freshman year and when he had a fractured thumb on his throwing hand. That does not make his career.
Reply28 months
LSU stopped him with some of their lesser defenses over the years. NFL defensive coordinators will do the same.
Reply28 months
I think his name is Hoge, not Hodge.
I don't like JM's shot at NFL stardom, but Hoge is a pompous ass.
Reply28 months
According to the stats Ryan Leaf was a better QB than Peyton Manning. So stats actually do lie.
Reply28 months
Johnny was the most accurate passer from the pocket in the nation last year. Stats don't lie. RG3 is a track guy playing QB. Skinny and not very accurate or consistent. His production in College doesn't even come close to Johnny's.
Reply28 months
Hoge called the Tebow bust and he called the Vince Young bust...I sense Merrill might have a knack for these things
Reply28 months
He is right
Reply28 months
Yeah RGIII is only bigger, stronger, and faster. Not to mention obviously more intelligent. All that aside I'm sure Johnny will be 10x the QB that RGIII is in the league.
Reply28 months
I enjoy how Merrill always dresses properly and says National Football League, instead of abbreviating it, although he is hardly more than a functioning retard.
Reply28 months
Manziel is garbage. Will never make it in the NFL.
Reply28 months
Haha...RGIII couldn't hold Johnny's jock.
Reply28 months
Hoge is a huge d-bag but he isn't wrong here. Manziel is a poor mans RGIII.
Reply28 months
Can't stand Merrill
Reply28 months
Said similar things about Vince Young, if memory serves
Reply28 months
nothing to see here.......Just trying to diminish draft value so he can be picked up late on the cheap
Reply28 months
I hate it. Hoge is a fricking moron.
Reply28 months
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