Will the Miami Dolphins make a Super Bowl push?
The Miami Dolphins have long been rumored as Watson’s desired landing spot if he is eventually traded. Miami is a team that is a Quarterback away with a roster that is solid at pretty much every other position. The Dolphins are a team that does make sense to trade with if Caserio can manage to broker a deal.
The Dolphins can offer a package built around Tua Tagovailoa and future draft capital. Whether those picks are their own or the picks they acquired from San Francisco when the 49ers moved up to draft Trey Lance.
What a Dolphins-Texans trade could look like:
Along with Tua and draft capital, the Texans would need another star-caliber player in return. Names to keep an eye on include Xavien Howard and Jaylen Waddle. Both these players would be intriguing additions to a package for Watson from Miami.
If one thing is for certain it’s that when the time comes, the Houston Texans and Nick Caserios’s phone will likely be ringing off the hook. Teams will clammer at the chance to gain the services of a player like Deshaun Watson.
All Caserio needs to do is sit back and wait, and be patient like he has been. Let the off the field issues run their course, and when the absolute best offer comes in strike a deal without hesitation. It’s a tough move, but it may just be the right move for this franchise to return to what it once was.
Caserio is a smart man, and if all the moves he’s already made are any indication on how he will handle actually trading Deshaun Watson then the Texans are I’m good hands.