Deshaun Watson (Deshaun Watson) trading market began to form, it sounds like the Houston Texans quarterback prefers to land in the AFC East.
According to a report by Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald, Watson told people that his favorite destination is the New York Jets, followed by the Miami Dolphins.
According to reports, Watsons likes New York not because of the huge market or strong lineup (rebounding), but because they hired the former San Francisco 49ers defensive coordinator Robert Saleh as the new head coach. . Watson’s level of awe of Saleh led him to reportedly ask the Texans to interview him for their head coach position, but the team did not do so. This is in line with a previous report by Mike Florio of ProFootballTalk.
Saleh, after coaching the Niners defense for four years, is recognized as a strong hirer for the Jets. Despite the staggering number of casualties, he ranks fifth in the US defense this season. In the locker room, he was also seen as the player̵
The disagreement between Watson and the Texans can be traced back to how the Texans handled their head coach and general manager search, so it is not surprising to see that Watson paid enough attention to a coach to follow him to New York. Considering what the team will bring them, Texans may not hate trading with the Jets.
The jet is in a good position to trade Deshaun Watson
Look, there is usually no team Want to Trade a chartered quarterback like Deshaun Watson. The Texans obviously want to catch Watson, but sometimes the situation becomes so harmful that you have to keep going. If the Texans decide to move on, their performance may be worse than what the Jets might propose.
Starting with the second overall pick in the 2021 NFL Draft. As long as the Jacksonville Jaguars do what they generally expect, it will not give you Trevor Lawrence-but it will give you BYU’s Zach Wilson and Ohio State University’s Justin Phil The next franchise quarterback among Justin Fields, this is your choice. The Texans most want to give up is Watson. The Jets also have the 23rd overall pick this year due to the Jamal Adams trade.
Watson’s arrival in New York will also make Sam Darnold (Sam Darnold) more expensive, so if they want to give the next QB time to adapt, the addition of Houston will make Houston the starter in Week 1. Who knows, maybe Darnold has got rid of Adam Gas’s gravity and became his own quarterback.
It is worth noting that the Dolphins can provide a basic package similar to the above, including the No. 3 pick (thanks to Bill O’Brien!), the No. 18 pick and Tua Tagovailoa, but what they don’t have is the extra first in next year’s draft Draft. If the Jets are going to Watson, then you will find a full set of Darnold and three (or more) first-round picks, including this year’s second-round picks, to be very tempting.
If the Texans want even more, ESPN’s Rich Cimini reports that the Jets are “willing to listen” to potential deals, which will make them Matthew Stafford, who recently requested a deal, and second-placed seventh pick Bit. pick.
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