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Report: Deshaun Watson would OK trade to Carolina Panthers


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18 minutes ago, *FreeFua* said:

What would be your max offer for Watson?

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I found this on the Jets board. Outside of draft picks, the Jets don’t have a ton to offer player wise. Q would have to be part of their deal but that would leave the cupboard pretty bare. 
 

Would you do Tua, 3 1st rounders and Wilkins?

Personally, looking at Miami, I feel that pick 3 is worth (2) 1st as that is what it would take to move to 3 for a QB. If Miami trades pick 3, then I think they only include one more 1st. If they kept 3 and traded 18 instead, then I think they need to add that 3rd first rounder and a 2nd rounder.

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4 hours ago, TheProcess said:

If I was them, McCarron would actually be my 4th option.

1 = Watson after he changes his mind

2 = Start a QB received in a Watson trade

3 = Start a QB drafted with a pick acquired in Watson trade

If I traded Watson, received no QB back in the deal, and say I had pick 8 and wasn't sold on any QB left on the board, go to option 4

4 = Start McCarron in a tank season. Trade back from 8 to gain more draft assets to combine with assets in Watson trade. Tank out the season and have the top pick in 2022 to pick Rattler, Howell, or Shough instead of settling at 8 this year. 

Their option right now is trade Watson (and then find a replacement in the Draft / through the trade), or call Watson's bluff and be forced to start McCarron.

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18 minutes ago, OldhamA said:

Their option right now is trade Watson (and then find a replacement in the Draft / through the trade), or call Watson's bluff and be forced to start McCarron.

I think the real shocker here is that AJ McCarron is still on an NFL roster.

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2 hours ago, TheProcess said:

Personally, looking at Miami, I feel that pick 3 is worth (2) 1st as that is what it would take to move to 3 for a QB. If Miami trades pick 3, then I think they only include one more 1st. If they kept 3 and traded 18 instead, then I think they need to add that 3rd first rounder and a 2nd rounder.

With Miami and the Jets being in the same division it could actually help us.

At some point if it’s clear to either team that the other is going to get Watson, they may be willing to help facilitate a 3 way trade where we end up with Watson. 

Jets and Dolphins already have Josh Allen in their division. Eventually you have to think BB will turn NE back around. The last thing the Jets or Dolphins need is for the other to have Watson. 
 

The Dolphins apparently have interest in Aaron Jones. Maybe CMC will be someone they’re interested in. The Jets lack talent across the board. I really think the Jets are better off using the number 2 pick to acquire more assets.

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7 hours ago, LinvilleGorge said:

I sure hope so, but hope is all I've got because I can't point to any solid supporting evidence.

Good for you brother.  I've lost all hope at this point.  But as the old say goes, the sun doesn't shine on the same dogs ass everyday. 

I think that is supposed to mean something positive so take it for what it's worth.

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Watson has to look at the chances that he and he alone will finally make the Jets or the Dolphins never again the QB purgatory they've both been.

How many of their QBs been to the Superbowl in the last 20yrs?

Panthers have two.

Jake Delhomme, Cameron Newton

 

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20 hours ago, SizzleBuzz said:

Texans have 6 division titles in previous 10-seasons -- Panthers have 3.

Texans have 7 winning records in last 10-seasons -- Panthers have 3.

Panthers have 7 losing records in last 10-seasons -- Texans have 3.

Texans made 6-playoff appearances in last 10-seasons -- Panthers with 4 including one where they fluked in with a losing record.

FYI.

And zero Super Bowl appearances. 

That fluke 7-8-1 season had Matt Ryan, Cam Newton, and Drew Brees in that division, plus we actually won our playoff game and was competitive in the divisional round.

We also have two Super Bowl appearances , Houston has ZERO, nobody cares about playoff appearances.

I would not trade our two Super Bowl appearances so we can have some of Houston's mediocrity this past decade before Deshaun.  

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15 minutes ago, rippadonn said:

Watson has to look at the chances that he and he alone will finally make the Jets or the Dolphins never again the QB purgatory they've both been.

How many of their QBs been to the Superbowl in the last 20yrs?

Panthers have two.

Jake Delhomme, Cameron Newton

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3 hours ago, Pantherzack179812 said:

And zero Super Bowl appearances. 

That fluke 7-8-1 season had Matt Ryan, Cam Newton, and Drew Brees in that division, plus we actually won our playoff game and was competitive in the divisional round.

We also have two Super Bowl appearances , Houston has ZERO, nobody cares about playoff appearances.

I would not trade our two Super Bowl appearances so we can have some of Houston's mediocrity this past decade before Deshaun.  

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https://www.profootballnetwork.com/deshaun-watson-traded-carolina-panthers-nfl-rumors-2021/

“Now, the big noise I have heard over the past 24 hours comes from the Carolina Panthers. I spoke with someone last night, and we spoke about Deshaun Watson. This is a person in the know, and they told me that the Panthers will do anything they can to acquire Watson, and they will pay any price to acquire Deshaun Watson.”

 

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