Manziel accounts for two touchdowns in second Spring League game
Quarterback Johnny Manziel’s South team currently is playing the second of two 2018 Spring League games. So far, Manziel has performed well.
He has a pair of rushing touchdowns, one to the right from 14 yards away and another to the left from four yards out, capped with a dive to the pylon.
Cardinals running back David Johnson recently claimed that his team’s offense will be the best in the NFL, if quarterback Sam Bradford is healthy. Some may disagree, primarily because the chances of Bradford flinging pigskins for 16 games is even lower than the pigs from which the skins come sprouting wings and flying.
So which team will have the best oftense in 2018? That was the subject of Thursday’s PFT Live draft.
Check out the video to see the picks. Then, drop a comment to declare a winner and/or suggest others that we missed.
PFT Live returns on Friday morning, with another three-hour episode on NBC Sports Radio. The final two hours are simulcast on NBCSN, beginning at 7:00 a.m. ET.
It’s him, and there’s no hesitation.
I do feel that way, he says. From a numbers standpoint, I did it. From a combine standpoint, I did it. From a winning standpoint, I did it. I did everything I had to do to be considered one of the top guys in the draft. There’s nothing else I can do to prove myself to them. If I ran a 4.35, it’d be the same thing as the 4.38. I’m still going to be looked at the same way.
Through a window, Griffin spots his head coach from Lakewood High, Cory Moore, sitting at a table in the cafeteria and beelines through a door. As wayward voices around the two—teachers, staffers—shout, Good to see you! and How you doing? Griffin wraps Moore in a bear hug. Moore is a coach who always believed in him. Never had a doubt, really. They laugh. Catch up. Moore points to that huge smile on Griffin’s face to say, I told you about that smile! And Griffin tells him he and his brother are looking for a spot to train.