Johnny Manziel was involved in an incident this weekend at the Byron Nelson Classic golf tournament in Texas when the Browns’ quarterback allegedly threw a water bottle in the direction of an overzealous fan seeking his autograph.

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According to Manziel’s friend, the fan yelled “good throw Johnny,” but the gem came later when he compared Johnny Football to his predecessor at Texas A&M:

“Ryan Tannehill is way better than you.”

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This, of course, is not even an opinion at this point but a fact.

Manziel clearly had the better collegiate career, one that featured a Heisman and record-breaking statistics, but Tannehill continues to rise among the NFL’s quarterback ranks while Johnny’s pro career is grounded after attempting just 35 passes in his rookie season in Cleveland.

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