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REPORT: Texans have had serious trade talks regarding Deshaun Watson with Dolphins, Eagles, and Panthers


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3 minutes ago, TheSpecialJuan said:

They have better draft capital but we have better players (Donte Jackson, Burns, CJ Henderson, Gross-Matos) they can get in return for Watson. 

Gross-Matos would have very little value. We already know Henderson's value. After being a top 10 pick last year, he was worth exactly a 3rd round pick and a mediocre starter/good backup TE.

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27 minutes ago, LinvilleGorge said:

PFT is just mentioning the Dolphins and saying a deal could get done this week.

All I'm gonna say is that as soon as a team tries to suit up Watson, he's gonna end up on the commissioner's exempt list immediately.

Id trade for him and ride it out

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What is important here is that after 6 games the coaching staff has realized that Sam Darnold is not the answer at QB

You can tell that Matt Rhule and Joe Brady are not comfortable/don’t trust Sam.

There is a franchise QB currently available that would thrust a team into instant contenders.


You can bet Scott Fitterer is doing all he can in an attempt to acquire Deshaun Watson and if it costs us Brian Burns/Donte Jackson so be it 

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12 minutes ago, Wes21 said:

Huh?

Dolphins have spent months and months basically telling everyone they are done with Tua….

Tua’s actually gotten off to a decent start to his career.  That’s all.  Winning record.  Decent comp%.  Good TD vs turnover numbers.   He defiantly isn’t looking like a bust.  He just didn’t  have a Herbert, Cam, type entrance into his career. 

Tua might end up being the gold in the deal.  Not that I think he will be as good as Watson in his prime.  But he could be good….and actually available to play QB

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