The Kansas City Chiefs started the season 1-5. They are now 10-5, won nine straight, have clinched at least a Wild Card spot and have a small chance of winning their division. The Browns are 3-12. Not much hope surrounds the franchise, not too many guys in the locker room you can define as the "future", and a coaching staff and front office that may not be around in eight days.
Against another top defensive unit, Manziel struggled to put points on the board. I've said it before and I will continue to say it, with the same weapons and offensive line struggles, Josh McCown averaged 23 points per game and had the Browns offense sixth in the league in scoring.
Johnny has less than below average receivers, an average offensive line, and two decent running backs. I'm not of fan of this guy, but to get a gauge on how good he truly is or is not, can not be determined this year. He should have started from day one. Now the Browns will go into another offseason trying to figure out if Manziel can be trusted with the franchise.
Next week: Final game of the season at home against the Pittsburgh Steelers who will be playing for their playoff lives.