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(Dallas News)   Hulk Hogan says Johnny Football is going to run wild on NFL defenses, brother   (collegesportsblog.dallasnews.com) divider line 49
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2014-03-27 02:13:35 PM  
$10 says Johnny Guitar can take him.
 
2014-03-27 02:45:12 PM  
He'll get sidetracked with signing autographs for fans in the front row, then get sacked for a 10 yard loss.
 
2014-03-27 02:56:15 PM  
NFL defenses are going to TAKE THE JOHNNY FOOTBALL, PUT HIM IN A CAMEL CLUTCH, BREAK HIS BACK, AND MAKE HIM HUMBLE!
 
2014-03-27 03:59:47 PM  
Johnny Paycheck was better.
 
2014-03-27 04:09:51 PM  
Little Johnny Football is going to be smashed down by an NFL defensive back who is 20% faster and heavier than any college lineman Johnny got caught by. Then the remains of Little Johnny Football will be squished flat by an NFL lineman who is 30% faster and heavier than any college lineman Johnny got caught by.

Seriously, I give Johnny 20 snaps before they tote him off the field.
 
2014-03-27 04:11:26 PM  
I won't be convinced until I hear the Ultimate Warrior's analysis.
 
2014-03-27 04:11:57 PM  
Scott Steiner would do it better

You know, they say all men are created equal, but you look at Johnny Football and you look at Blake Bortles, and you can see that statement is not true! See, normally if you go one-on-one with another Quarterback, you got a 50-50 chance of winnin'. But Johnny's a genetic freak, and he's not normal, so you got a 25% at best at beatin' him! And then you add Teddy Bridgewater to the mix? Your chances of winnin' drasticy go down. See the 2014 NFL draft, you got a 33 1/3 chance of wiinnin'. But Johnny, Johnny got a 66 2/3 chance of winning, cause Teddy Bridgewater KNOWS he can't beat him, and he's not even gonna try! So, Blake Bortles, you take your 33 1/3 chance, minus Johnny's 25 percent chance, and you got an 8 1/3 chance of winnin' the NFL Draft! But then you take Johnny's 75 perchance chance at winnin', if you two was to go one-on-one, and to add 66 2/3 ch... percents, Johnny got a 141 2/3 chance of winnin the NFL draft! See, Blake Bortles; the numbers don't like, and they spell disaster for you at the NFL draft!
 
2014-03-27 04:13:22 PM  
a.espncdn.com

Tim Tebow 2.0
 
2014-03-27 04:24:32 PM  

WhiskeySticks: [a.espncdn.com image 576x324]

Tim Tebow 2.0


No, Tebow was never a good QB.  Even in college he was awful.  He just had really fast WR that could get open.  Seriously, look up who that guy had to throw to.

Wasn't all that fast or elusive.
Didn't have a very strong arm.
Wasn't very accurate.
 
2014-03-27 04:25:39 PM  
I see we're stocked up on Haterade today. JFF is (Tarkenton + Flutie) x Farve. I can't wait to get his Texans jersey
 
2014-03-27 04:28:18 PM  

Olympic Trolling Judge: I won't be convinced until I hear the Ultimate Warrior's analysis.


i9.photobucket.com
"I respectfully disagree with the esteemed Hulkster".
 
2014-03-27 04:30:16 PM  

stappawho: WhiskeySticks: [a.espncdn.com image 576x324]

Tim Tebow 2.0

No, Tebow was never a good QB.  Even in college he was awful.  He just had really fast WR that could get open.  Seriously, look up who that guy had to throw to.

Wasn't all that fast or elusive.
Didn't have a very strong arm.
Wasn't very accurate.


Yep.  But he was 30 lbs heavier than most QBs and ran like a fullback when he put his head down.  Receiver speed kept teams from stacking the line, so he could run over people.
 
2014-03-27 04:30:31 PM  
cdn2-b.examiner.com

Leave the prognosticating to others, BROTHER
 
2014-03-27 04:34:46 PM  
Incontinent_dog_and_monkey_rodeo:

Yep.  But he was 30 lbs heavier than most QBs and ran like a fullback when he put his head down.  Receiver speed kept teams from stacking the line, so he could run over people.

Adding to that, this is the reason he pretty much failed in the NFL.  Everybody's now his size or bigger, and defenders can now mostly single cover his receivers.  It's why the option and the wildcat and stuff like that don't go far in the Pros, the defenses are just too fast.
 
2014-03-27 04:36:42 PM  
In the end, he will be just another Texas failure...
 
2014-03-27 04:45:02 PM  

HaywoodJablonski: I see we're stocked up on Haterade today. JFF is (Tarkenton + Flutie) x Farve. I can't wait to get his Texans jersey


And the retarded aggy faithful in Houston will lap it up, until yet another failed season of woe under retarded aggy Kubiak.



upload.wikimedia.org
WHOOP!!! DERP

 
2014-03-27 04:47:13 PM  

Rapmaster2000: Johnny Paycheck was better.


take that post and shove it.
 
2014-03-27 04:53:47 PM  

Maud Dib: HaywoodJablonski: I see we're stocked up on Haterade today. JFF is (Tarkenton + Flutie) x Farve. I can't wait to get his Texans jersey

And the retarded aggy faithful in Houston will lap it up, until yet another failed season of woe under retarded aggy Kubiak.


WHOOP!!! DERP


You do know Kubiak was fired, right?
 
2014-03-27 04:59:43 PM  

TheShavingofOccam123: Little Johnny Football is going to be smashed down by an NFL defensive back who is 20% faster and heavier than any college lineman Johnny got caught by. Then the remains of Little Johnny Football will be squished flat by an NFL lineman who is 30% faster and heavier than any college lineman Johnny got caught by.

Seriously, I give Johnny 20 snaps before they tote him off the field.


You, uh, don't know much about football.
 
2014-03-27 05:00:12 PM  
If you haven't, go listen to the latest How Did This Get Made podcast, where they cover No Holds Barred. It's amazing, and Tom Lennon does a very amusing Hulk Hogan impression.
 
2014-03-27 05:02:10 PM  
This may constitute gimmick infringement, but I really can't pass this chance up (and apologies to hundreddollarman):

"For all the Tim Tebows, the Johnny Manziels, the Andrew Lucks..."

"Never mind that shiat, here comes Mongo!"

www.wwe.com

 
2014-03-27 05:06:58 PM  

Incontinent_dog_and_monkey_rodeo: stappawho: WhiskeySticks: [a.espncdn.com image 576x324]

Tim Tebow 2.0

No, Tebow was never a good QB.  Even in college he was awful.  He just had really fast WR that could get open.  Seriously, look up who that guy had to throw to.

Wasn't all that fast or elusive.
Didn't have a very strong arm.
Wasn't very accurate.

Yep.  But he was 30 lbs heavier than most QBs and ran like a fullback when he put his head down.  Receiver speed kept teams from stacking the line, so he could run over people.


Absolutely.  That was a big and very effective part of his game.  Worked great in college.
 
2014-03-27 05:17:09 PM  

jayhawk88: If you haven't, go listen to the latest How Did This Get Made podcast, where they cover No Holds Barred. It's amazing, and Tom Lennon does a very amusing Hulk Hogan impression.


Oh yes.  That was a classic episode.
 
2014-03-27 05:18:31 PM  

HaywoodJablonski: Maud Dib: HaywoodJablonski: I see we're stocked up on Haterade today. JFF is (Tarkenton + Flutie) x Farve. I can't wait to get his Texans jersey

And the retarded aggy faithful in Houston will lap it up, until yet another failed season of woe under retarded aggy Kubiak.


WHOOP!!! DERP

You do know Kubiak was fired, right?


Didn't. I'm not a pro futbol fan. I usually just watch college ball.
Damn, I may just watch the Texans again, 'cause F Bud Adams (burn in Hell) and Jerrah.
 
2014-03-27 05:24:33 PM  

dwrash: In the end, he will be just another Texas failure...


Like Mean Joe Greene, right?
 
2014-03-27 05:28:38 PM  
If he's drafted to be a day one starter, he had better hope he gets drafted by a team with a solid offensive line or he'll be squished like a bug before his rookie season is half over. Do I believe he flops? Not necessarily but it's going to depend on where he lands.
 
2014-03-27 05:52:53 PM  
the cowboys should put together a package deal for Romo, and get a bunch of picks for him, then trade up to take Manziel.  the way their o-line has been, they need someone who can scramble.  they have the wideouts to support a scrambler, and manziel fits that bill.  jerrah should do it.
 
2014-03-27 06:18:55 PM  

DrunkenGator: This may constitute gimmick infringement, but I really can't pass this chance up (and apologies to hundreddollarman):

"For all the Tim Tebows, the Johnny Manziels, the Andrew Lucks...""Never mind that shiat, here comes Mongo!"[www.wwe.com image 642x361]


Don't mind the gimmick steal, if it's nicely done. It's nicely done.

/*chairshot*
 
2014-03-27 06:46:24 PM  

Rapmaster2000: Johnny Paycheck was better.


Take this offensive line and shove it , i ain't playing here no more....
 
2014-03-27 06:46:48 PM  

stir22: the cowboys should put together a package deal for Romo, and get a bunch of picks for him, then trade up to take Manziel.  the way their o-line has been, they need someone who can scramble.  they have the wideouts to support a scrambler, and manziel fits that bill.  jerrah should do it.


That sound you just heard was the top of Di's head coming off at the absolute absurdity of this and ricocheting off the ceiling fan
 
2014-03-27 06:56:03 PM  

HaywoodJablonski: I see we're stocked up on Haterade today. JFF is (Tarkenton + Flutie) x Farve. I can't wait to get his Texans jersey


I'm going to be really bummed if we (the Texans) don't draft Manziel.
 
2014-03-27 07:00:55 PM  

stir22: the cowboys should put together a package deal for Romo, and get a bunch of picks for him, then trade up to take Manziel.  the way their o-line has been, they need someone who can scramble.  they have the wideouts to support a scrambler, and manziel fits that bill.  jerrah should do it.


Romo is 33 years old and coming off a few failed seasons.  Not sure who's going to give up a bunch of picks for him these days.  I think the Texans should trade some of their stockpile of picks (11 in total) to St. Louis for the #2 pick and get both Clowney and Manziel.  This draft is one of the deepest ever and teams are looking for picks.  O'Brien probably won't play it that way since he wants to shape the team with these picks to his vision.
 
2014-03-27 07:03:54 PM  

hundreddollarman: DrunkenGator: This may constitute gimmick infringement, but I really can't pass this chance up (and apologies to hundreddollarman):

"For all the Tim Tebows, the Johnny Manziels, the Andrew Lucks...""Never mind that shiat, here comes Mongo!"[www.wwe.com image 642x361]

Don't mind the gimmick steal, if it's nicely done. It's nicely done.

/*chairshot*


*falls forward and flops about*

Thanks, man.  It was either that or do take OTJ's lead and do a Warrior-style rant.  But I don't have access to peyote, absinthe, LSD, and Crystal Pepsi.

/ Stepping back and thinking about it, this was the one that was most appropriate.
 
2014-03-27 07:11:43 PM  

Marmilman: HaywoodJablonski: I see we're stocked up on Haterade today. JFF is (Tarkenton + Flutie) x Farve. I can't wait to get his Texans jersey

I'm going to be really bummed if we (the Texans) don't draft Manziel.


As would I.
 
2014-03-27 08:05:07 PM  

robsul82: [cdn2-b.examiner.com image 350x325]

Leave the prognosticating to others, BROTHER


Yeah, let's also keep in mind this is the same guy that predicted the Patriots to win it all last season.
 
2014-03-27 08:19:58 PM  

stir22: the cowboys should put together a package deal for Romo, and get a bunch of picks for him, then trade up to take Manziel.  the way their o-line has been, they need someone who can scramble.  they have the wideouts to support a scrambler, and manziel fits that bill.  jerrah should do it.


If the Cowboys trade Tony Romo, they add $29m in dead money. They would have to cut a minimum of 43 other players to get below the salary cap after that, leaving them with 17 on the roster.  Romo is literally untradable.
 
2014-03-27 08:24:15 PM  
so is Manziel like Leaf again?
 
2014-03-27 08:55:10 PM  

flak attack: stir22: the cowboys should put together a package deal for Romo, and get a bunch of picks for him, then trade up to take Manziel.  the way their o-line has been, they need someone who can scramble.  they have the wideouts to support a scrambler, and manziel fits that bill.  jerrah should do it.

If the Cowboys trade Tony Romo, they add $29m in dead money. They would have to cut a minimum of 43 other players to get below the salary cap after that, leaving them with 17 on the roster.  Romo is literally untradable.


Are you daring Jerry to do it? He just may
 
2014-03-27 10:17:28 PM  
So Drew Brees' extra 1/2inch in height makes all the difference in the world?

Such knowledge.
 
2014-03-27 10:28:29 PM  

dwrash: In the end, he will be just another Texas failure...


You know how I know you don't know shiat about football?
 
2014-03-28 12:18:38 AM  
Whooooooooo Piggers! This year Piggers go all the way, Jack. Piggers been sayin' their prayers and takin' their vitamins, brother. Piggers all the way brother jack man!
 
2014-03-28 12:22:20 AM  
having watched the video on his NFL workout,  apparently Johnny throws short action and low action. He might get a lot of passes off but I bet he'll get a lot of tipped balls, blocked balls and interceptions. We'll see. We'll just see.
 
2014-03-28 09:55:03 AM  

DrunkenGator: This may constitute gimmick infringement, but I really can't pass this chance up (and apologies to hundreddollarman):

"For all the Tim Tebows, the Johnny Manziels, the Andrew Lucks...""Never mind that shiat, here comes Mongo!"[www.wwe.com image 642x361]


I think he'd approve.  Well played!  :D
 
2014-03-28 11:23:10 AM  

xaks: stir22: the cowboys should put together a package deal for Romo, and get a bunch of picks for him, then trade up to take Manziel.  the way their o-line has been, they need someone who can scramble.  they have the wideouts to support a scrambler, and manziel fits that bill.  jerrah should do it.

That sound you just heard was the top of Di's head coming off at the absolute absurdity of this and ricocheting off the ceiling fan


heh.  i was thinking of her when i typed it.  i stand by my post, however.  jerrah needs to do this.
 
2014-03-28 11:35:00 AM  

stir22: xaks: stir22: the cowboys should put together a package deal for Romo, and get a bunch of picks for him, then trade up to take Manziel.  the way their o-line has been, they need someone who can scramble.  they have the wideouts to support a scrambler, and manziel fits that bill.  jerrah should do it.

That sound you just heard was the top of Di's head coming off at the absolute absurdity of this and ricocheting off the ceiling fan

heh.  i was thinking of her when i typed it.  i stand by my post, however.  jerrah needs to do this.


He couldn't if he wanted to. Cutting Romo would be an immediate ~29million cap hit. They couldn't afford the rest of the team to have a full roster with that big a cap hit.

And since noone else is dumb enough to TRADE for Romo and pay that silly amount of salary, he'll be staying put in Big D
 
2014-03-28 01:39:27 PM  
Like RG3?
 
2014-03-28 02:08:09 PM  

stappawho: WhiskeySticks: [a.espncdn.com image 576x324]

Tim Tebow 2.0

No, Tebow was never a good QB.  Even in college he was awful.  He just had really fast WR that could get open.  Seriously, look up who that guy had to throw to.


A third of Manziel's TD passes were thrown up for Mike Evans to pull down over DBs who were about six inches shorter. Accuracy will be slightly more important in the NFL... as Tebow demonstrated so well.
 
2014-03-28 02:54:44 PM  

Candy Colored Clown: dwrash: In the end, he will be just another Texas failure...

You know how I know you don't know shiat about football?


I know enough about football to know that a lot of hot air is blown north from Texas and that only a few of its players live up to their hype.
 
2014-03-28 05:44:36 PM  

Dr. Steve Brule: stappawho: WhiskeySticks: [a.espncdn.com image 576x324]

Tim Tebow 2.0

No, Tebow was never a good QB.  Even in college he was awful.  He just had really fast WR that could get open.  Seriously, look up who that guy had to throw to.

A third of Manziel's TD passes were thrown up for Mike Evans to pull down over DBs who were about six inches shorter. Accuracy will be slightly more important in the NFL... as Tebow demonstrated so well.


as has been said many times, Mike Evans was the real cog that made that team work
 
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