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Tony buzbee filing lawsuit against Deshaun Watson? Hints at mistreating women

Discussion in 'Houston Texans' started by Nimo, Mar 16, 2021.

  1. jiggyfly

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    I really don't understand the end game here, a settlement is out the window and unless they have video of an actual assault I don't see how they get money by him being inappropriate and a horn dog.
     
  2. cmoak1982

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    Well your see it is broken.
    Your interpretation is biased.
    And no, it’s not typical of media to not believe women.
    I don’t have an opinion either way.....yet.
    What has come out so far, doesn’t look good for Watson. It seems fishy all the way around. But you want to cherry pick a few comments of mine and assume what my opinion is.
    Like seriously, who are you? Your sense of self worth is a little inflated.
     
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    So are we gonna find out that Watson allegedly likes butt stuff yet (i.e. pegging)?
     
  4. theDude

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    That's a pretty tricky line to walk. Who would pay him, the NFL? Isn't that essentially all of the other owners paying his salary? Would they be happy with that?

    It's hard to imagine that you would make the Texans pay it. He was already threatening to sit out this season and forego his salary. That would essentially mean that the Texans would be getting punished and Watson would be getting rewarded for his indiscretions. And no matter whether he is innocent or guilty, he was certainly making poor decisions and is to blame for this door being opened.

    This is really one time where the NFL needs to sit back and let some of this stuff play out rather than trying to look proactive in dealing with these issues.
     
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  5. Houstunna

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    There's no personal baggage. I'm quoting conversations between men and women that I never participated in.
     
  6. jiggyfly

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    Quoting conversations?

    You never participated in them?

    I'm even more confused.
     
  7. cmoak1982

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    Yeah you’ve been confused all day. Ginseng root will help with that.
     
  8. Oski2005

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    I didn't say on these current allegations, I said "this kind of stuff" as in similar incidents.
     
  9. Htown Stros

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    Anyone else find it odd he would even risk this happening and have THIS many women giving him massages? Like why do you need more than one if it's a massage only?

    He might win in a legal battle but damn bad looks all around for him, especially in a league that throws out punishments however they want in the Goodell court of law.
     
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  10. Oski2005

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    No.

    You think they were not willing to trade him out of spite? Regardless of how dumb Cal and Easterby are, that makes no sense. All it takes is one of these people to flip and blow such a ridiculous plan up in their face and get the NFL to force them to sell the team or revoke their franchise.

    We'll never know everything going on over there, but the more believable scenario is a mix of stubbornness in believing they could fix the relationship and brinkmanship with DeShaun to get him to waive the no trade clause so they can get the best deal.
     
  11. Bobbythegreat

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    SMH, so going with your stupid conspiracy theory, what would be the point in encouraging Watson's victims to come forward if you're the Texans? There's simply no benefit to making your QB a completely toxic asset. It makes it hard to keep him and it makes his trade value evaporate.

    Again, I try to have as much patience for this manner of stupidity as possible because I doubt it's your fault, but what benefit would the team have for this?

    The ONLY scenario where it would make sense for the team to be involved is if Watson's victims came forward AFTER he's traded.
     
  12. NotInMyHouse

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    Tuesday 5:45PM.

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    Don’t underestimate the motivations or actions of someone that may be suffering from sex addiction.
     
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    i forgot about that one. he should check himself in for rehab asap.
     
  15. jiggyfly

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    Did you say something?

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    First entertaining thing you’ve said today. Good job
     
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    Cmoak loves you man! ;)
     
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  18. Houstunna

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    Do you make enough money for your wife to stay-home and still maintain the same lifestyle for your family? If so, how long have you lived in that position?
     
  19. bobrek

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    Are you married?
     
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  20. Houstunna

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    Not sure why there's confusion.

    Are you saying you've never heard or read conversations you didn't participate in?

    In this age of internet where conversations are plentiful to experience without actively participating in?
     

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