The good news is, Johnny Manziel had his best game yet in the Canadian Football League. The bad news is, Manziel’s Montreal Alouettes still lost 31-14.
Manziel is back as the Alouettes’ starter after losing his starting job as a result both of poor play and a concussion, and he did a few good things: He completed 18-of-25 passes for 212 yards, ran six times for 36 yards, and even gained 22 yards on a catch on a Philly Special-style trick play.
Unfortunately, Manziel also threw a fourth-quarter interception that ended any hopes the Alouettes had of a comeback.
“I felt really comfortable for a lot of the night, seeing the…