The fifth and fourth-most likely teams to trade for Deshaun Watson:
The Philadelphia Eagles are similar to the Miami Dolphins in that they are playing head games with the quarterbacks they drafted not too long ago. It has yet to be revealed if Nick Siriani can guide this team to a respectable record and maybe even the playoffs.
Could the Eagles swap their quarterback for Watson? Jalen Hurts has upside if handled with care. The problem is that there isn’t much help outside of Zach Ertz, oh wait. At least Dallas Goedert is still there. But that’s about it. Here’s what a potential trade would look like:
The Eagles have everything the Texans want in terms of draft capital, and just about any player can be inserted here. Hargrave is one of the best emerging talents at the defensive tackle position, and Sanders is an upgrade over David Johnson and Rex Burkhead.
The Broncos as mentioned earlier would be a place that is apparently on Watson’s list of desired locations to end up. That’s according to one of his former teammates, Could Watson be the piece that revives the Broncos franchise that hasn’t been back to the postseason since they won Super Bowl 50?
This Broncos roster is hard to choose from when it comes to which players come to Houston. The only one super desirable is Patrick Surtain, the highly coveted rookie out of Alabama that slipped to Denver in the draft. Houston may only be able to one first-round pick if they choose to go after PS2.