Johnny Manziel is the most polarizing player in the NFL. Even though he is yet to make his NFL debut, fans and commentators are predicting how he will fair during his football career.
Some suggest that Manziel will crash and burn and be left to rot on the NFL scrapheap just like similar players Tim Tebow and Vince Young before him.
One analyst explained before he was taken with the 22nd overall pick in the NFL Draft that the former Texas A&M quarterback was "almost undraftable."
Another one of those voicing his opinion on Manziel was former team wide-receiver and soon to be Hall of Fame inductee Andre Reed.
Reed definitely knows what it takes to be an NFL star. During his spectacular 16-year NFL career, the former Bills wideout played in four Super Bowls and made seven Pro Bowls. Naturally, Andre Reed isn't easily impressed by young talent, but his latest tirade is surely out of line.
When LeBron James announced his return to Cleveland, Johnny Manziel tweeted, "Yes! Couldn't be happier for my guy."
It seems that this tweet upset Reed, and his response was both sensational and outrageous.
"Who the f--- is Johnny Manziel?" Reed said. "LeBron ain't your guy! You're not 'Johnny Football.' You're 'Johnny Rookie Bitch.'"
Reed is a follower of the Buffalo Bills, having had his best years with the franchise. Bills fans love Reed for sure, but the soon-to-be Hall of Fame wideout doesn't think that Buffalo fans would have welcomed Johnny Manziel.
"They'd boo that motherf----- outta here," Reed added. "The fans would put him in his place."
Other former NFL stars have come out and criticized Manziel and explained their views on his football prospects.
The Cleveland Browns quarterback was drafted 22nd overall in the NFL Draft, but sadly since then most of the headlines he's created have been to do with his partying antics.
In the wake of several night out revelations by various tabloids, former NFL player Heath Evans insisted that he thinks that Manziel will destroy his NFL career because of his partying antics.
But not all so called experts are against Manziel. Even his coach Mike Pettine is still on board with Manziel and his antics. The Browns boss says that Manziel continues to ask him before he goes out to places like Las Vegas, which is all you can really ask of Manziel at this stage.