The Houston Texans seem to think they will fight quarterback Deshaun Watson. John McClain Houston Chronicle Know that the team won’t.
Since his debut in 2002, McLean has been covering the Texans, and before that, he had been covering the Houston Oilers. McLean’s voice is very important. For decades, he has been part of the Houston Athletic Organization. His words have an impact. His voice is influential. Once McLean’s column on this issue is read, any Texas fan who has not yet understood and supported Watson’s concerns will be more likely to do so.
For weeks, voices from many countries have been talking about what McLean is talking about. For Texans, ignoring McLean is much more difficult than ignoring outside opinions on the team.
McLean also put forward a point on the local, some people have already put forward an opinion nationally: Texans should try to make the Jets and Watson’s dolphins duel, which may trigger a bidding war, which will make the Texas people very lucky Sen gains greater benefits.
However, there are conflicting reports about whether Watson really wants to play for the Jets. The challenge for Watson is to find a new team that will not fall into a permanent 6-10 cycle during Watson’s golden age when giving up everything that Watson needs. The Dolphins, with the third overall pick (from Houston) and second-year quarterback Tua Tagovailoa, seem to have ammunition and can make a deal without affecting the team’s current development trajectory.
The Dolphins are also well-suited to admit that Tagovailoa may not be one of them as the chartered quarterbacks are shortlisted.
Whether it’s dolphins, jets, Mustangs, 49ers, Panthers or others, McLean is right. Texans now need to accept reality and get the best treatment for Watson. Over time, interested teams will turn to other options, thereby narrowing the range of Watson’s potential destinations. There is no doubt that Watson will stay away from the team, which means that the Texans need to be prepared to have no Watson this year and will not get anything in return for him, except for the $20.2 million he will be confiscated and/or paid. Privileges.
Although this money is difficult to cash in change, it is of no avail and can make a bad team better. Succumbing to Watson does not convince players to choose Texans.
That is another issue that Texans should be concerned about. Other players are watching this abnormally functioning barrel, looking for signs that the Texan is willing and able to admit his wayward course and turn the situation around. Establishing a one-season stalemate with Watson is not the way to do this. Acknowledging responsibility for the deterioration of the relationship is the first step in persuading other Texans to start acting like a normal NFL team.
It won’t hurt to get rid of Jack Eastby. But Texans need to learn to walk again before they can learn to run again.