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After the Los Angeles Rams gave up two first-round picks and QB Jared Goff to land Detroit Lions QB Matthew Stafford, attention is once again on the Houston Texans and what they’ll want in a Deshaun Watson trade.

But Texans insider John McClain seems to know what the Texans want for the three-time Pro Bowler. Taking to Twitter this morning, McClain declared that the Rams-Lions trade will have no impact on a Deshaun Watson trade.

McClain revealed that Houston will want two first-round picks, two second-round picks and two “young defensive starters, at the least” for Watson. He pointed out all of the qualities that Deshaun Watson has which make him unique as a trade prospect.

Naturally, one particular team came to mind. “Start with the Jets,” McClain concluded.

The Rams-Lions trade will have nothing to do with a Watson trade if the Texans do it. They'll want 2 ones, 2 twos and 2 young defensive starters, at the least. Watson, 25, under contract, great QB, team leader, beloved by fans, pillar of the community. Start with the Jets.
 
 
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McClain isn’t too far off. If there’s one team in the NFL that can afford a Deshaun Watson trade right now and meet all of those “requirements,” it’s the Jets.

The Jets have four first-round picks over the next two seasons.

As for “young defensive starters,” the Jets don’t have too many. But Quinnen Williams, Folorunso “Foley” Fatukasi, Ashtyn Davis and Bryce Hall are some potential bargaining chips.

Combine all of that with the belief that Watson likes newly-hired Jets head coach Robert Saleh, and you have a recipe for a no-brainer trade.

Which team will pull off a Deshaun Watson trade?

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2OA is worth multiple 1sts.  QW is worth a 1 & then some.  Then, in this hypothetical, you need to throw in another 1st, two 2nd rounders, & another young defensive starter?  Nah.  You don’t c

Eh. Take 2 overall and Nathan Shepherd and leave us alone.

I’d have a hard time parting with Q, but if that’s what it takes might have to do it. Tough call

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This put the Jets in a better position. The Jets have the second pick which is more valuable then the two the Rams gave up. Second, Detroit was to take on a big contract. Remember Watson has a no trade clause. He has all the leverage. Teams can come up with what ever the want, but if Watson doesn't want to go there, oh well. This is a two horse race. Jets & Miami with the Jets being the front runner. Houston is not in a good position to trade, no leverage. The Jets have many options. If this trade happen, the two firsts from Settle, our second pick and a second next year. No young players from the Jets. If the don't like it, we have the second pick on Zach Wilson or some other stud.

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10 minutes ago, Bronx said:

After the Los Angeles Rams gave up two first-round picks and QB Jared Goff to land Detroit Lions QB Matthew Stafford, attention is once again on the Houston Texans and what they’ll want in a Deshaun Watson trade.

But Texans insider John McClain seems to know what the Texans want for the three-time Pro Bowler. Taking to Twitter this morning, McClain declared that the Rams-Lions trade will have no impact on a Deshaun Watson trade.

McClain revealed that Houston will want two first-round picks, two second-round picks and two “young defensive starters, at the least” for Watson. He pointed out all of the qualities that Deshaun Watson has which make him unique as a trade prospect.

Naturally, one particular team came to mind. “Start with the Jets,” McClain concluded.

The Rams-Lions trade will have nothing to do with a Watson trade if the Texans do it. They'll want 2 ones, 2 twos and 2 young defensive starters, at the least. Watson, 25, under contract, great QB, team leader, beloved by fans, pillar of the community. Start with the Jets.
 
 
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McClain isn’t too far off. If there’s one team in the NFL that can afford a Deshaun Watson trade right now and meet all of those “requirements,” it’s the Jets.

The Jets have four first-round picks over the next two seasons.

As for “young defensive starters,” the Jets don’t have too many. But Quinnen Williams, Folorunso “Foley” Fatukasi, Ashtyn Davis and Bryce Hall are some potential bargaining chips.

Combine all of that with the belief that Watson likes newly-hired Jets head coach Robert Saleh, and you have a recipe for a no-brainer trade.

Which team will pull off a Deshaun Watson trade?

Hey man. You can’t edit your post after I make a hilarious comment.
Makes ME look  the dumb one. 

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11 minutes ago, Bronx said:

McClain revealed that Houston will want two first-round picks, two second-round picks and two “young defensive starters, at the least” for Watson. He pointed out all of the qualities that Deshaun Watson has which make him unique as a trade prospect.

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3 minutes ago, Lith said:

Texans trade demands have not been revealed.  What has been revealed is the speculation/opinion of one of their beat writers.

I'm sure it's close enough.

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4 minutes ago, Lith said:

Texans trade demands have not been revealed.  What has been revealed is the speculation/opinion of one of their beat writers.

After a heavy night/morning of alcohol consumption.

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5 minutes ago, Lith said:

Texans trade demands have not been revealed.  What has been revealed is the speculation/opinion of one of their beat writers.

Well they’re starting the bidding high, knowing they won’t get this much. 

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7 minutes ago, addage said:

Watson is a star.  We should make this trade.  Come next September, we can put Watson on the field along with the Tenafly High School team and match up with Miami and Buffalo.  No problem.

Yes, he is coming home and affordable.

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2 Firsts, 2 seconds, and 2 starters? No way! Keep in mind the competition is limited to teams that are on Watsons approved list AND teams that have the draft capital AND teams that have 35 million in cap space readily available. And when Houston says they want "young" starters that means rookie contracts with low cap numbers so Houston is in effect saying they are not taking back any cap hits.

The number of teams in a position to go after Watson is then very limited meaning a lower price. 

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5 minutes ago, Bronx said:

I'm sure it's close enough.

Maybe.  Maybe not.  They could be feeding info to one of their trusted writers to float a trial balloon, or it could just be idle speculation of a writer.

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21 minutes ago, Bronx said:

After the Los Angeles Rams gave up two first-round picks and QB Jared Goff to land Detroit Lions QB Matthew Stafford, attention is once again on the Houston Texans and what they’ll want in a Deshaun Watson trade.

But Texans insider John McClain seems to know what the Texans want for the three-time Pro Bowler. Taking to Twitter this morning, McClain declared that the Rams-Lions trade will have no impact on a Deshaun Watson trade.

McClain revealed that Houston will want two first-round picks, two second-round picks and two “young defensive starters, at the least” for Watson. He pointed out all of the qualities that Deshaun Watson has which make him unique as a trade prospect.

Naturally, one particular team came to mind. “Start with the Jets,” McClain concluded.

The Rams-Lions trade will have nothing to do with a Watson trade if the Texans do it. They'll want 2 ones, 2 twos and 2 young defensive starters, at the least. Watson, 25, under contract, great QB, team leader, beloved by fans, pillar of the community. Start with the Jets.
 
 
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McClain isn’t too far off. If there’s one team in the NFL that can afford a Deshaun Watson trade right now and meet all of those “requirements,” it’s the Jets.

The Jets have four first-round picks over the next two seasons.

As for “young defensive starters,” the Jets don’t have too many. But Quinnen Williams, Folorunso “Foley” Fatukasi, Ashtyn Davis and Bryce Hall are some potential bargaining chips.

Combine all of that with the belief that Watson likes newly-hired Jets head coach Robert Saleh, and you have a recipe for a no-brainer trade.

Which team will pull off a Deshaun Watson trade?

He has no inside information. He has been posting these ludicrous trades for a while. I think his first one was 3 1s 3 2s and QW. Eff this guy. 

People are going to be disappointed JD is not giving up the farm for Watson. He values draft picks too much.

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14 minutes ago, addage said:

Watson is a star.  We should make this trade.  Come next September, we can put Watson on the field along with the Tenafly High School team and match up with Miami and Buffalo.  No problem.

 

 

10 minutes ago, 20andOut said:

How many games did superstar Watson win this year?

Right!  And in his scenario we would've even have our high first next year that this sh*t team produces.  

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