Prior to the start of the Divisional Round championship game Sunday, the NFL sphere was abuzz with Deshaun Watson trade reports. Watson has not enjoyed that the Texans lied to him about providing him a voice in who they hire as the next head coach. He has actually made his displeasure clear, prompting the group to scramble and try to appease him, however it appears to be too little too late.
Adam Schefter had the report Sunday morning that there was a growing sense that Watson had actually played his last breeze for the Texans. And since Sunday afternoon, the group has talked about possible trade partners.
Prior to the start of the Divisional Round playoff games Sunday, the NFL sphere was abuzz with Deshaun Watson trade reports. Naturally, a lot of fans would like Watson to don the uniform of their favorite group. As usual, oddsmakers are all over it with sportsbetting.com putting out their chances for Watsons next team.
Texans have had internal conversations about possible trade partners for Deshaun Watson and what their quarterback position would appear like in the future without him, per ESPNs @sarahbarshop. https://t.co/X7ppAn9OcL.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) January 17, 2021.
Naturally, a lot of fans would like Watson to put on the uniform of their preferred group. Just one will. Which group it is will depend upon a few factors, not the least of which being what kind of draft capital they have.
As typical, oddsmakers are all over it with sportsbetting.com putting out their odds for Watsons next group. Topping the list is the Jets, followed by Watsons purported choice, the Dolphins. The Raiders land in a tie for 10th with 12/1 odds.
Deshaun Watson next group.
New York Jets 2/1Miami Dolphins 3/1Chicago Bears 4/1Denver Broncos 5/1Indianapolis Colts 8/1New England Patriots 8/1Philadelphia Eagles 10/1Carolina Panthers 12/1Washington Football Team 12/1Detroit Lions 12/1Las Vegas Raiders 12/1New Orleans Saints 15/1Jacksonville Jaguars 15/1San Francisco 49ers 20/1Dallas Cowboys 20/1Los Angeles Rams 30/1Minnesota Vikings 30/1Pittsburgh Steelers 30/1Atlanta Falcons 30/1New York Giants 30/1Tennessee Titans 40/1Cleveland Browns 40/1Los Angeles Chargers 50/1Cincinnati Bengals 50/1Tampa Bay Buccaneers 50/1Arizona Cardinals 70/1Baltimore Ravens 70/1Buffalo Bills 100/1Seattle Seahawks 100/1Green Bay Packers 200/1Kansas City Chiefs 300/1.