The news coming out of Houston seems to be never ending, but this time around, it has nothing to do with Deshaun Watson.
Amid the QB drama, NFL Network reporter Ian Rapoport reported that J.J. Watt may have played his final game for the team. That report has already led to various speculation from fans on where Watt might end up, with most thinking he will end up in Pittsburgh with brothers.
NFL analyst Matt Miller dropped a list of the top-5 landing spots for the veteran defensive end and the Steelers did not make his list.
“If the Texans trade (or release) Watt this off-season—a year in which he’s set to turn 32 years old and enters the last year of his contract—these are my favorite fits for a future Hall of Fame,” he said.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers came in at No. 1 on the list.
The remainder of the list include the Dallas Cowboys, New York Giants, Baltimore Ravens and Tennessee Titans.
Watt still has one year left on his contract, however, none of the $17.5 million on the contract is guaranteed.
In 2020, the 5-time Pro Bowl selection collected 52 total tackles and 5 sacks.