20QB Johnny Manziel, Cleveland Browns
Johnny Football can only be evaluated so much due to the fact that he played in a mere seven quarters as a starting quarterback. That said, Manziel could not win the Cleveland gig over career backup Brian Hoyer during the preseason, and the No. 22 overall pick then flopped when he was given a chance to play. In his defense, Manziel was hung out to dry by a terrible game-plan and an offensive line that fell apart after All-Pro Alex Mack went down with a broken leg. How Manziel conducts himself throughout the winter and spring months should determine if the Browns give him the keys to the offense beginning in the summer.