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    Deshaun Watson requests trade

    Where does he go? Lots of teams need a quarterback. Should be interesting.


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    Deshaun Watson requests trade

    Washington, Denver, Indi should be the three teams primed to look for one of these QBs that are available.

    I expect he goes to Denver.

    EDIT: forgot about Miami. I think he goes there.

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    I'm already on record saying that I'd give up 3 first rounders to get him. Crazy? Absolutely. But I don't care. Not a knock on our current QB, I just think Watson has barely scratched the surface on how good he could be. Wherever he goes, that team should be set for years to come at the QB position, if Watson can avoid a major injury.

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    Quote Originally Posted by koldjerky View Post
    Washington, Denver, Indi should be the three teams primed to look for one of these QBs that are available.

    I expect he goes to Denver.

    EDIT: forgot about Miami. I think he goes there.

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    I'm not sure how much say he's going to get in the decision but Miami seems to have all the advantages here. They have two first round picks + Tua.

    Also, I'm sure It's a place Deshaun would want to play for considering it's a warm weather city, they barely missed the playoffs last year, good coaching and... no state income tax. With the contract he signed, I think that's a big deal.

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    Watson on the Dolphins would be fantastic for Miami. Trade for Watson and sign Allen Robinson or Chris Godwin. Would make them really interesting.

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    Bears in the mix. Would probably make Robinson interested in staying too.
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    What a whiny crybaby quitter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BDawk4Prez View Post
    What a whiny crybaby quitter.



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    Quote Originally Posted by BDawk4Prez View Post
    What a whiny crybaby quitter.
    I think Watson probably looked around and saw that his contemporaries (Lamar, Mahomes, Josh Allen) all made the playoffs this year. Whereas the Texans went 4-12 and also have no draft picks in the upcoming draft. The reality set in.

    He's too good of a talent to just waste away for 3 more years on a bad team and bad franchise that isn't getting better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BDawk4Prez View Post
    What a whiny crybaby quitter.
    Oh give me a break. Player wants to go somewhere else because his organization is the epitome of a dumpster fire and you're mad at Watson. How about we talk about the negligence of this organization. Giving power to Christian pastor boy in Easterby. Allowing O'brien to trade away the #1 receiver without talking to Watson. Allowing him to sell the farm for ****ing Tunsil. Come on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BDawk4Prez View Post
    What a whiny crybaby quitter.
    If I were the Texans I would ask him to completely wave his no trade clause. I understand he negotiated for it to prevent any surprises etc... but seeing as he’s asking for a trade he shouldn’t get to pick where.
    Imagine some team offers 5 first round picks for him and he decides not to go and veto’s the trade.
    If he really wants out he should be expected to completely wave it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tigers.6 View Post
    Oh give me a break. Player wants to go somewhere else because his organization is the epitome of a dumpster fire and you're mad at Watson. How about we talk about the negligence of this organization. Giving power to Christian pastor boy in Easterby. Allowing O'brien to trade away the #1 receiver without talking to Watson. Allowing him to sell the farm for ****ing Tunsil. Come on.
    You missed my sarcasm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mariner4life View Post
    If I were the Texans I would ask him to completely wave his no trade clause. I understand he negotiated for it to prevent any surprises etc... but seeing as he’s asking for a trade he shouldn’t get to pick where.
    Imagine some team offers 5 first round picks for him and he decides not to go and veto’s the trade.
    If he really wants out he should be expected to completely wave it.
    I'm sure he'll probably accept any trade at this point.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BDawk4Prez View Post
    You missed my sarcasm.
    ahhhh, haha my apologies.

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    Anyways, I think Miami makes the most sense for both parties.

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