Countryside Watson reportedly made a trade request to the Houston Texans this week and would be sure to get a bigger trade package if the team honors it, possibly bigger than the Dallas Cowboys got in 1989 for Herschel Walker.
Former NFL quarterback Dan Orlowski, an ESPN analyst, created the idea that the New York Giants should score one run on the Texas star. But the trade package he had ordered was not exactly a round of applause.
“If I were Dave Gaetelman of the New York Giants, I’d take Daniel Jones, I’d take Saquon Barclay and I’d take three first-round picks, and I’d call Houston and not allow him to turn off the phone,” Orlowski Said on “Get up.”
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“As a general manager in this moment, if you’re ever going to take a swing, this is the swing to take. As a general manager, the last thing you want to do is to look back with regret that We didn’t try enough. We didn’t throw an extra first-rounder. It’s the kind of player and person you’re going to bring with Deshaton Watson. “
Watson has been a big-time player since entering the league in 2017.
In 2020, even though Houston traded key players around them, they still managed to lead the NFL with 4,823 passing yards. He also added 33 touchdown passes. But Houston was 4-12 and without a first-round draft pick.
Jones and Barclay have not fully lived up to their full potential.
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In 27 career games so far, Jones has 5,970 passing yards and 35 touchdown passes. There still seems to be a need for development. New York can also use the No. 1 wide receiver and Odell Beckham Jr. had none since trading.
Barclay is the most current player the Giants have received in a long time. But his injuries are piling up. He only played in two games in 2020, ending the year with a torn ACL in Week 2. He was the 2018 Rookie of the Year after recording 1630 riding yards and 11 touchdowns in 1630 games.
It’s unclear how difficult it would be for Texas to give Watson the trade. The quarterback has a no-trade clause and signed a lucrative contract extension before the season began.
New Texas head coach David Cooley said on Friday he learned that Watson was the quarterback.
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“He’s the quarterback of the Houston Texans, and that’s all I was worried about,” he told reporters via ESPN.
“I know that’s all. He’s a Houston Texan. And I wanted to be a Houston Texan. And today I’m in this position, because I know he’s going to be a Houston Texan. The outside stuff that was said. Being that is irrelevant to me. “