Let the "Johnny Football is back" talk begin, once again we've let an optimistic Johnny Football let his tweets convince us the second coming has begun. This isn't the first, second, or even third time he's said he was gonna change his ways, and we all know how those previous attempts went. I loved watching Johnny in college, I think we can all agree he was once a very electrifying player. We've seen this before though, so why believe him now right? Well, he had some follow up tweets to further try to prove to the twittersphere that he's a changed man.
I actually thought this tweet was very mature of the party animal king who continually refused he had a problem even after it had become evident to the public that he did. Nobody can change him, he has to do it himself, and he's got a great group of support around him, so a return is definitley possible if he wants it bad enough. They say when it comes to addiction that the first step is admitting... which transitions us into the next tweet...
When approached about being hacked because I don't think anyone believed Johnny 'party animal' Manziel was actually taking real steps towards getting better. He put the doubters to sleep quick, saying it's definitley him, and that admitting is the first step. Is Johnny Manziel finally growing up? No way, he must've been hacked while he's on a serious bender, and just hasn't realized yet.
Probably the most encouraging tweet I saw from this whole thread. Acknowledging that he's done this a million times before, and knowing he can say whatever he wants, but that no one should believe him until we see serious results. Last time I saw Johnny he looked like a full blown crackhead, so he's got a long way to go get back into NFL shape.
Then we get some vintage Johnny bullshit, necking a different success story trying to make it about himself. Leave the Joel Embiid cliches out of it, start your own slogan, and build your brand like your boy Embiid is doing. If I'm Embiid I'd support Johnny, but certainly would try not to be hanging around him all that often, we know the relapse is inevitable. Fool me once shame on you, fool me twice shame on me, fooling me a third time though, I just won't allow Johnny Football to do that to my heart.