Johnny Manziel Damages Heisman Stock in Win over Ole Miss
As impressive of a win as it was for the Texas A&M Aggies over Ole Miss, Johnny Manziel hurt his Heisman stock with a rather sloppy performance.
The numbers weren't incredibly impressive for Manziel. He did go 31-for-39 for 346 yards through the air and ran for 124 yards and two touchdowns, but he also had an interception and a big fumble that nearly cost them the game.
Some of those struggles might have had to do with the knee injury he suffered at the beginning of the game. While throwing a ball in the first quarter, Manziel immediately grabbed his knee, and it looked like it could have been very bad.
Luckily for Manziel, he was able to come back into the game in that very same quarter, but with a brace on his knee. He was still very mobile and able to make guys miss, but it might have been awkward to throw with it on.
Things aren't looking good now for Manziel's Heisman stock. Candidates for the award have to play nearly perfect in every game, and this one officially takes him out of the running, at least for now.
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