It would apparently be a fantastic thing for the Jacksonville Jaguars, should the Houston Texans pass on taking Johnny Manziel with the No. 1 pick in the upcoming draft.

Manziel would enter the NFL with a giant chip on his shoulder and use that to fuel his career, just like running back Maurice Jones-Drew did when he fell out of the first round and the Jaguars drafted him with the 28th pick in the second round. And he'd also be doing it in Jacksonville.

That's what Manziel told reporters from the Houston Chronicle and Fort Worth Star-Telegram last week in San Diego. During a break in his training with quarterback guru George Whitfield Jr., Manziel said the Texans would be making a huge mistake by not taking him first overall and he'd make them pay. Manziel is apparently convinced if the Texans don't take him, the Jaguars will with the No. 3 pick.

"It would be the worst decision they've ever made," he said. "I'd be in the same division playing against them twice a year. Sorry, but you just turned that chip on my shoulder from a Frito into a Dorito."