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Tonight is the NFL draft, and I think this is the first time that I'll actually be watching it on TV. One mock draft I saw somewhere had Johnny Manziel dropping all the way to the 23rd selection. I don't see that happening. He was still the first quarterback taken at no. 23, but it ain't gonna happen that far down the line.
Despite my friend Tom's friendly guilt-trip about rooting for the hometown team no matter what (he and I are both Houston natives), I would really like to see Manziel wind up with the Cowboys. I just can't root for the dadgum Texans, because they ain't the Oilers. I'm sort of a Cowboys fan, but not really. However, with Manziel on board, the Cowboys would become my team. Shoot, the Texans might even become my team if they take Manziel, but I don't think they will. Clowney, Clowney, Clowney.
I didn't like some of the hot-headed stuff he was doing last year at A&M, but the guy is a talented, charismatic, thrilling player, and a heckuva lot of fun to watch. And he's a Texan.
Anyway, tomorrow's Friday, TGIF. Looking forward to the weekend.
Ciao, y'all ...
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