As the New York Giants run through their candidates for the next general manager of the organization over the next few days, a not too distant eye can be kept on potential head coaching candidates. With each potential name, comes the speculation of what changes will be made based on the relationships of the individual that Big Blue hires. One of those candidates for the head coaching position brings with him the possibility of a major stir within one of the most buttoned up organizations.
Bart Scott chose the New York Jets as a free agent in 2009 when he signed with them over returning to the Baltimore Ravens. Does Scott think that current Houston Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson should do the same thing if he gets the chance? Short answer is yes. Scott who you can hear every weekday from 1 pm to 3 pm right here on 104.5 The Team ESPN Radio makes a pretty compelling argument for why Watson should waive his no trade clause and join "Gang Green" if the Jets and Texans are able to come to terms on a trade.
The news that Houston Texans franchise quarterback Deshaun Watson has reportedly requested a trade has fans of the New York Jets excited that he could be their QB. The though of a 25 year-old franchise quarterback joining the Jets and making them legitimate at that position for the first time in YEARS is intoxicating but might be far fetched. ESPN Jets Insider Rich Cimini feels that the Jets chances of landing Watson are unlikely at best.
There hasn't been a ton for New York Jets fans to get excited about over the last few years(well last few coaches) but things could be looking up for Gang Green. The Jets landed one of if not the hottest coaching candidate in former San Fransisco 49ers defensive coordinator Robert Saleh and now they might have a legit shot at Deshaun Watson.