Patriots Will ‘Do Whatever It Takes’ to Get 3-Time Pro-Bowl Quarterback

The quarterback market is pretty packed this season. New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick is trying to make his best pick. He had veteran quarterback Cam Newton under center in 2021. But, the 2015 NFL MVP failed to lead the Patriots to the postseason. There are several options for the team, and analysts have started talking about Jimmy Garoppolo’s potential signing with the team. Recent reports suggest that the Patriots have a real chance to get a Pro-Bowl quarterback.

One particular quarterback is 25, has made three Pro Bowl appearances and finished with the third-highest Pro Football Focus grade in the NFL. Deshaun Watson, guys!

The Houston Texans quarterback wants out of the organization. The Texans management has made some mistakes. Executive vice president of football operations Jack Easterby got people angry. He has been a target for many complaints. Bill O’Brien sent DeAndre Hopkins away from the team. O’Brien is out of the organization, too. Nick Caserio is the new general manager for the Texans, and David Culley will be coaching the team. Watson is more than concerned.

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Patriots to get the Pro-Bowl quarterback

Many NFL teams have shown interest in Watson. But, the Texans don’t want to give up on him.

A former NFL general manager said Belichick will do “whatever it takes” to sign Watson. Former New York Jets GM and ESPN analyst Mike Tannenbaum went on Get Up to share his prediction.

“New England Patriots, we’re going to get Deshaun Watson. Nick Caserio just came from the Patriots, they know each other well. If I get Deshaun Watson — with all those other opt-outs coming back — I’m going to go to the Super Bowl. I’m gonna go beat the Kansas City Chiefs. Bill Belichick is a great competitor, he’ll do whatever it takes. We get Deshaun Watson, we’re back in the Super Bowl. New England, Tampa Bay in the Super Bowl next year in LA. Talk about a can’t-miss game.”

The Patriots will have to outbid other NFL teams. Let’s see how will the team handle this.