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Thank You JJ Watt

Discussion in 'Houston Texans' started by RasaqBoi, Oct 25, 2020.

  1. Hank McDowell

    Hank McDowell Member

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    The last part of what you said is spot on, this is a terrible year for a rebuild, unfortunately that’s what they need. There’s no way this is a playoff team, even if you go all out, this year is a write off, and it only helps the Dolphins. What a **** sandwich. Crap organization though. It is what it is with these clowns.
     
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    Sir you are correct, I'm not a GM and neither are you. In fact, the Texans don't really have a GM either, just a Culture Coach in a GM costume--how appropriate for this time of year.

    Good GM's won't offer much until we get closer to deadline or multiple teams become interested. If they see something that can help their team that's likely when a decent offer would come in.
     
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    We need to swindle some other franchise for picks...But the way the Texans work we might send 2023-24 1st rd picks with Watt.





    ***k you O’Brien!!!!!!!!!!
     
  5. DJboutit

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    Totally agree there are like 5 to 7 teams that would take him and within 2 years he would get a super bowl ring. If he stays with the Texans and get another serious injury his career could be over and no ring he would be the best player in the NFL history with the least amount of playoff wins S M H.
     
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    I’m not crying, you’re crying.
     
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  7. ferrari77

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    Been trying to think of what would be the perfect landing spot for JJ to go to and get a Super Bowl ring or at least a great chance at one- other than the usual KC Chiefs, Steelers(not happening)... I keep thinking the Packers. JJ gets to go back to play in his home state for his fav childhood team and they have no one that they love at that d-end position (unlike the Steelers with Cam and Tuitt) and of course playing on the same team as Rodgers and most importantly...having a more solid front office and leadership structure in place unlike the $hitshow with the Texans.

    Go home JJ. Packers come get your Wisconsin son(but bring draft picks please. Give us a crumb of a high draft pick please).
     
  8. gatsby

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    Anyone notice that Watt's red hat today he wore on the sideline didn't have a Texans logo on it?!
     

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