Hall of Fame quarterback Warren Moon complimented Johnny Manziel on his style but cited two other rookies who might be more suited for success in the NFL.
Moon said that Teddy Bridgewater of the Vikings has the best chance among rookie quarterbacks to have immediate success because of his college offense. Then Moon, a nine-time Pro Bowler, said he liked the potential of what Jacksonville's Blake Bortles could do the long run.
"Johnny is an exciting football player but the way he plays, I don't know how that's going to translate into the NFL," Moon said while attending the Harold & Carole Pump Foundation's 14th annual celebrity dinner in Century City, California.
Bortles was selected third overall in the draft. Manziel was the next quarterback taken at No. 22 by the Browns. Minnesota chose Bridgewater with the final pick of the first round.