Houston Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson is seeking a trade from the AFC South club. Makes Houston sports fans pine for the comforts and tranquility of 2020.
Here are four people to blame for Watson wanting to leave the Bayou City UFABET.
1. Deshaun Watson (AP Photo/Paul Sancya)
He knew what he was getting into who sign his contract extension in early September of 2020 the season kickoff. There were no secrets as to who was gaining power in the organization. Watson signed up anyway. If he hadn’t signed the deal.
2. Jack Easterby Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports
Easterby was bring in as the executive vice president of team development in April of 2019. He was promot to executive vice president of football operations after the playoff win over the Buffalo Bills in January of 2020. Now, he has developed a team whose three-time Pro Bowler, who is under contract through 2025, wants to leave. How is that for culture?
3. Bill O’Brien (AP Photo/David J. Phillip)
He never got the most out of Watson and force him to play his brand of football rather. Continuing to tailor his offense around the national championship winner from Clemson. The best years the franchise had with Watson were waste by mediocre play-calling and substandard game-planning. Cost Houston a chance to get first-round byes in 2018 and 2019.
4. Cal McNair (AP Photo/Eric Christian Smith)
McNair went with Easterby over virtually everybody. The sign the organization was spiraling out of control. They made a Jets-esque move of firing their general manger the weekend mandatory minicamp on June 7, 2019. McNair allowed a “culture,” here more on par with what grows in a Petri dish, to fester that has expelled one superstar in DeAndre Hopkins and now potentially has Deshaun Watson leaving town.
As chairman and CEO of the team his father’s passing on Nov. 23 2018 McNair has been where the buck stops.