Matthew Stafford has Been Traded to the Rams and What it Means for Deshaun Watson

I’ll be the first to say, I didn’t think it was going to happen this quick and for this much.

Matthew Stafford is a 34-year old QB. The Rams valued him at 2 first round picks, a third round pick, and Jared Goff.

I thought one first round pick was enough for the 34-year old starter, but here we are.

Does Stafford really make the Rams a contender? Does this move change anything in LA? I’m inclined to say no, but I’m not a GM.

They need one more great WR and some offensive line help before I’m willing to put them back in the Bowl.

This brings us to the biggest QB name still available, Deshaun Watson.

If I’m Nick Casiero, I LOVE this. It gets me rock hard.

If a guy who has never won a playoff game is worth basically what everyone assumed Watson is worth, IMAGINE WHAT THEY CAN GET FOR DESHAUN NOW.

Minimum asking price now, three first round picks and a star, that’s just a fact.

Dear Deshaun Watson, Leave Houston.

Deshaun, we need to talk. Rumors are swirling about you wanting a three year extension in Houston.


You are one of the best young QBs in the league and a certified franchise QB. You have done so much for the Texans, but what have they done for you?

They traded away your best target and have done a horrible job filling needs for you. Bill O’Brien has unintentionally tried to screw you.

Granted, he’s a decent coach, but he’s an awful GM.

You can go out and win anywhere in the league, why Houston because they drafted you? That doesn’t mean anything. You have grabbed the reins and dragged the Texans to the playoffs time and time again.

I hate myself for saying this, but go to a team like New England. Bill will actually set you up for success.

Hell, even go to the Steelers. They next a successor to Big Ben! You’ll win a championship in 2 years there.

No one wants to see you end up as the next Dan Marino. Go get your trophy.