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Former Texas A&M QB Johnny Manziel doesn't want to leave his hometown Houston and he's not shy about talking about it. He told the Houston Chronicle that he thinks the Houston Texans better take him...

“It would be the worst decision they’ve ever made,” he says, smiling. “I’d be in the same division playing against them twice a year. Sorry, but you just turned that chip on my shoulder from a Frito into a Dorito.”
You think the Texans are a good fit for Johnny Football?
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I have no idea how he will do in the NFL but I can't wait to watch.
Reply31 months
One should assume Johnny has Advice for almost everyone ...
Reply31 months
Pretty dumb from Johnny boy.
Reply31 months
his dumb arse just ensured that he will play somewhere else...
Reply31 months
His little arse is a competitor but his mouth needs to be shut by a 6'5" 300 pound defensive player.
Reply31 months
Second rnd to Cleveland.
Reply31 months
Second end to clevland
Reply31 months
Jeebus people you never heard of the saying "that person has a chip on their shoulder"? He's saying that right now its asmall chip, fFrito, but if they do not draft him it will turn into a larger chip, dorito. You get it? Cuz a Frito is smaller than a Dorito. They guy who posted dumb honkey comment is pretty damn lame.
Reply31 months
I like his attitude, he knows how to market himself.
Reply31 months
Comes off as douche (surprise) but I have some respect for a kid who wants to stay local. If he's around for the 2nd, he'd be a steal for Houston.
Reply31 months
The team that drafts him in the first round has to be the laughing stock of the league.
Reply31 months
"Sorry, but you just turned that chip on my shoulder from a Frito into a Dorito.”

The hell does this even mean?
Reply31 months
What a moron....already starting off with his mouth, which is about 5'2" above the ground. Johnny, they are NOT scared of you. You think LSU has caused you fits?
Reply31 months
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