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Also, everybody take this report with a grain of salt. Armando Salguero is not very reliable in his reporting of the Dolphins. The first day of a reported potential Miami interest he wrote an article of how Miami doesn't need to waste picks on Watson.

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Calling bs on this no one would want to play for the jets with the state of things plus giving all their capital away to build the team Watson would never agree to kill his Career with the jets. 

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no way he would want to go to a shitty nyj team thats not in friken nyc they are in new jersey which has nothing but sports gambling , highways and people that go tanning every day in the salon

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27 minutes ago, Monrowed said:

How bad would it be if the Dolphins double fleeced the Texans?

So funny. Here’s what it’s going to end up being:

Laremy Tunsil and David Johnson for Deshaun Watson and Andre Hopkins

Lol, it’s like one of those trades that fantasy football commissioners void and even the guys, who hate when commissioners overstep their powers, agree that it has to be voided. So lopsided it’s not even funny but it seems like Houston will have legitimately dismantled their team in a matter of three trades.

Reminds me of this: 

 

Except the Texans started with the telescope and will likely end up with the thumb tack.

 

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11 minutes ago, Panfan35 said:

Calling bs on this no one would want to play for the jets with the state of things plus giving all their capital away to build the team Watson would never agree to kill his Career with the jets.  

They have 5 first round picks over the next three years, they can give up draft picks and still be in decent shape as far as draft capitol goes, better than us.

They also have the 3rd most cap space this offseason in what should be a buyers market.  They also look to have hit on their 1st rounder last year, a LT, and we all know how hard that is to find.

I know their history isn't good but if he buys into the current front office and the new coach they are actually in a good spot as far as resources go.

 

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Dk about the Dolphins, but he definitely seems to be interested in the Jets, as Watson himself liked the post linking him to the Jets.  Regardless of Saleh being there, if Watson legit wants out of Houston just to go to NYJ, then sadly, he will get what he deserves.  Saleh is a great coach, but that organization is horribly dysfunctional.  And if part of Watson's issue is the culture in the front office in Houston, I don't think he's done much research on Woody Johnson lol.  This could be one of the dumbest things I've ever heard of...  but, Watson has been in NY recently and I'm not sure, but I think his agent may be based out of there, so he might be being steered up there by him with the old false hope of him getting better exposure in that market.  Smh...

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