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Should we trade Watson?

Should we trade Watson?

  • Yes, without a doubt.

  • Yes, depending on compensation (please list your trade scenario).

  • No, never.

  • No, unless he plays hardball and sits.


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badboy

Hall of Fame
Another trade I could see is with Detroit:

2020 round 1.3 corner Jeff Okudah 6'1" 202 Feb 2, 1999 41 Tackles one INT for 36 yards and 2 passes defended.

2021 round 1.3 OT Penei Sewell from Oregon. Opted out in September of 2020. 6'6" 330 tested positive C19 missing rookie camp.

2022 round one both estimate at 1.3 and 1.29.
 

Texansballer74

Hall of Fame
Another trade I could see is with Detroit:

2020 round 1.3 corner Jeff Okudah 6'1" 202 Feb 2, 1999 41 Tackles one INT for 36 yards and 2 passes defended.

2021 round 1.3 OT Penei Sewell from Oregon. Opted out in September of 2020. 6'6" 330 tested positive C19 missing rookie camp.

2022 round one both estimate at 1.3 and 1.29.
Got to clean up the mess before thinking about a trade. Shoots dude might not play another NFL game.
 
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badboy

Hall of Fame
Got to clean up the mess before thinking about a trade. Shoots dude might not play another NFL game.
Nope. If and when the mess gets cleaned up and a trade is doable I think it will go down quickly. Thinking about something before it happens is what I do.
 

Double Barrel

Admin
Staff member
Contributor's Club
DW4 is a sex addict and like any other addiction, he needs help. However I don't see him asking for help. So I hope he pays a steep price for what he has done.
I don't buy it. Sex addiction is not a clinical diagnosis in either the DSM or ICD medical classifications of diseases and medical disorders. And it has been extensively studied by psychiatrists, psychologists, sexologists, and other specialists.

Honestly, Watson seems to have the same mental problem as my neutered dog that won't stop dry humping my cat.

I just can't put heroine addicts and alcoholics in the same addiction category as someone that is horny and seems to have no internal self-control or moral convictions.

You're right that he most likely needs help, but he needs to see someone that specializes in mental health issues, not addictions.
 

powda

Let's ride a comet with Jack!
I don't buy it. Sex addiction is not a clinical diagnosis in either the DSM or ICD medical classifications of diseases and medical disorders. And it has been extensively studied by psychiatrists, psychologists, sexologists, and other specialists.

Honestly, Watson seems to have the same mental problem as my neutered dog that won't stop dry humping my cat.

I just can't put heroine addicts and alcoholics in the same addiction category as someone that is horny and seems to have no internal self-control or moral convictions.

You're right that he most likely needs help, but he needs to see someone that specializes in mental health issues, not addictions.

As someone who smokes and drinks a bit more then they should, I know a little about addiction. I don't know clinically how sex addiction is defined or who's right or wrong. Nor do I care.

Every person has a moral compass. Dw's is pointing south.

I'm willing to let the justice system play out and maybe he's innocent? I wouldn't let my daughter, sister, or mother within a mile of the guy though.
 

SnakeEyes

Veteran
I don't buy it. Sex addiction is not a clinical diagnosis in either the DSM or ICD medical classifications of diseases and medical disorders. And it has been extensively studied by psychiatrists, psychologists, sexologists, and other specialists.

Honestly, Watson seems to have the same mental problem as my neutered dog that won't stop dry humping my cat.

I just can't put heroine addicts and alcoholics in the same addiction category as someone that is horny and seems to have no internal self-control or moral convictions.

You're right that he most likely needs help, but he needs to see someone that specializes in mental health issues, not addictions.
Valid point, it's a situation that seems like he (or people in this situation) feel empowered. Mentally they feel that they have done nothing wrong and likely that people are out to get them.
 

steelbtexan

King of the W. B. Club
Contributor's Club
Valid point, it's a situation that seems like he (or people in this situation) feel empowered. Mentally they feel that they have done nothing wrong and likely that people are out to get them.
Would you want a guy like this to be the face of your franchise.
 


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