Dissatisfied rumors and hot topics about Houston Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson didn’t stop until there was a solution.
Watson was dissatisfied with the Texans after the organization had not consulted him before hiring Nick Caserio as its new general manager. According to reports, Watson signed a four-year contract extension with Houston before the 2019 season.
The San Francisco 49ers were among the teams discussed as potential landing sites for Watson, but this would cost the franchise a lot of money.
Former National Football League offensive rebounder and current analyst Ross Tucker joins 95.7 The Game̵
“If you can get Deshaun Watson, I think Bosa can even reach it. I’m sure they don’t want to do it, and I’m sure they are even willing to give up the pick, but like Nick, you have a chance to get the top five quarterbacks in the NFL , You must do this.”
Deebo Samuel, 49ers receiver, responded to Tucker’s comments in Instagram Stories:
Bosa injured his knee in Week 2 of the first quarter of the New York Jets in Week 2. When news broke that the second-year defensive lineman tore his ACL and missed the rest of the season, the faithful felt that their stomachs were a little pitted.
The 23-year-old was named the 2019 NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year after getting 47 tackles, 9 sacks and 25 QB hits. Professional Football Focus scored 86.7 points for his rookie season, which is the fourth highest score among rookie guards since 2006.
Bosa’s absence this season is obvious. The defensive coordinator Robert Saleh made more assaults when Bosa was out, and the defensive line failed to gather a lot of pressure when rushing into four.
Fans also like Bosa. After an injury panic that beat the Minnesota Vikings in the 2019 playoffs, the reaction to his getting up shows everything.
Tucker added that if he were general manager John Lynch, he would do his best to include Bosa in Watson’s package, but in the end, if he did, he would pull the trigger .
Would you like to break up with Bosa and come to Watson?