It's easy to point to Johnny Manziel's one-finger salute for Brian Hoyer being No. 1 in Week 1 in Cleveland. But all coach Mike Pettine did was play it safe with a veteran who really has shown little more the headline-making rookie.
When picking the NFL's 10 most interesting players, it's easy to start in Dallas, where Tony Romo produces for a team with leaky defense, and gets blamed for the failures. In Cleveland, Johnny Manziel is starting what looks like a career more about perception than what he can do on the field.