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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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15 minutes ago, CRA said:

I mean Hebert clearly looks awesome. 

But Tua’s start isn’t deserving IMO of what the Phins are doing with him.   Tua is actually off to a decent start.  Unless it’s a just health. 


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1 minute ago, uncfan888 said:

Guy I work with is a huge dolphins fan and he said that he thinks Tua has actually played well. But given the choice between Tua and Watson, you have to take Watson

I mean, unless you're a massage therapist just planning on giving a massage.

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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:


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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5 minutes ago, The Lobo said:

We only have what, three picks in the next draft and no OL? How could we get him and who’s gna protect him? 

Watson doesn't need protection.  He makes the massage girls bring some with them.

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