It has been a tough few weeks for the Cleveland Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel ever since he was named the Browns starter.
Manziel has led the Browns to a very tough defeat, suffered a season ending injury, watched the Browns miss out on the play-offs and been labelled an alcoholic.
That last one could be tough for the NFL rookie to handle, and he has found a way to respond to his drinking problem claims in a way that only he would do.
Manziel has been spotted celebrating away from Cleveland and has taken himself and his girlfriend on a trip to Miami.
Whilst on holiday however, Manziel has been spotted drinking champagne straight from the bottle whilst sat by the pool.
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The rookie may be partying like a superstar, but he has yet to light the league up on the field and despite being injured, Browns fans may not want to see him on the champagne once again.
Manziel had made a name for himself prior to his rookie season when he had been seen in many different spots partaking in drunken shenanigans.
He's been seen lying on an inflatable swan drinking champagne, he has undertaken the role of bar tender and used money as a phone.
It may not come as a surprise then to hear that ESPN analyst Skip Bayless recently labelled Manziel as an alcoholic.
Drinking problem or not, Manziel remains one of the biggest names in the NFL and his second year in the league will still be one to watch.
Time of reflection
Manziel and the Browns will be facing a strange off-season this year after they were looking good for a play-off spot for the majority of the season.
They ended up bottom of the AFC North in what was regarded as one of the best years for a single division in NFL history.
The Browns were largely in the hunt for the divisional title until a string of defeats brought them down.
Brian Hoyer started the season at quarterback and impressed to begin with but soon fell from grace after a string of mistakes cost the team in matches.
Manziel showed signs of the Johnny Football we knew from his college days but his first start in the NFL was a disastrous 30-0 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals.