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Wednesday, December 8, 2021

Hyde: As the Watson situation shows again, dolphins continue to roam the desert | A comment

As if 1-6 is not enough … as if sniffing draft after draft is not enough … as if it’s inefficient to spend tens of millions more on free agents … as if it’s not so much worse exiting the latest reenactment than entering it too bad …

There is also a story about the serial trading of Deshawn Watson.

It will never end. Dolphins then slip on a banana, then step on a rake, crash into a window and fall into a hatch – and wonder why everyone is looking at them funny.

All Dolphins owner Steve Ross had to say at any point since March of last year, when the Watson mess began until Tuesday at an NFL owners meeting, was: “We are not making deals with any player in a legal investigation involving serious allegations. until we clear things up. situation “.

He didn’t even need to say it publicly. He could have asked another team member to report it privately, just to calm the water, let the world move on, and let this losing team fail on its own and without that constant worry.

Instead, Ross met with reporters on Tuesday at an NFL owners meeting and said, “I know what this is about and I don’t have to deal with it.”

Not doing it is dealing with it. The Houston Chronicle said no team will trade on Watson until his legal issues are clarified. They won’t be cleared up by next Tuesday’s trading deadline unless some kind of legal surprise occurs.

But the Dolphins situation is clear: No team should trade for a player like Watson, who faces a criminal investigation on multiple sexual assault charges and a civil lawsuit with 22 similar charges.

Equally clear is another unidentified idea: Tua Tagovailoa is not their future, decision-makers must believe. Why else let this deal with Watson drag on awkwardly? They’ve seen enough – even when they say, as coach Brian Flores does, “Tua is our defender.”

Tagovailoa deserves a certain understanding here. He’s a young quarterback who was named the franchise’s answer 18 months ago. The Dolphins got him served – fired a successful attack coordinator, hired a quarterback coach to announce the draws, recruited his Alabama successor, installed his run-pass-option system.

All of this only added to the confusion. Tua played well in two games, which he returned with broken ribs. But since the Watson saga revolves around this franchise, it seems like Tagovailoa is on display right now.

Does Houston want him back in the deal if he keeps playing like this? Can they pick number 1 for him? Or can Tua still be playing well enough to change the perception of him?

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As usual, the first question about Dolphins is: what is the plan? Second: can they make it work?

Anger from fans or the media is misplaced here. All those waving pitchforks and torches over it all will cheer loudly if Watson arrives and makes landings. There is no morality on a professional scoreboard. Reference: Kobe Bryant. Ben Roethlisberger, Michael Vick.

Watson will be next. He is so good on the football field, so this story remains the same story. Well, that’s the problem around him. In fact, around sports. Around us all.

The Washington DC football team and the Chicago Blackhawks have investigated ugly sexual misconduct in their workplaces. Their precipitation is still falling.

Watson’s story is a separate story featuring one of the best players in the NFL. It won’t go away quickly either. The naive speculation was that the Dolphins might have received a response from the league during an ongoing judicial investigation into Watson’s future status.

As if the league has an answer. It’s like he’ll go into a mess before he can finish. It’s like this is how things work, and two former NFL general managers said it didn’t.

“We don’t feel like we have the information we need at this point,” said NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell when asked if Watson would be barred from bidding. So he could play right now – or maybe right now.

There is not enough information in the league. Not when the trial is going on. He will probably not have information by the next Tuesday trading deadline. Perhaps only at some point in the offseason.

Three parties must agree to this trade: the Texans, the dolphins, and Watson, who has a no-trade clause. He reportedly rejected other commands. The question is, why does he need dolphins? What does he see that no one else does?

“Organizations create defenders,” said Hall of Fame coach Bill Walsh.

They spoil them too. This organization has spoiled this situation forever. If they had chosen Josh Allen, Lamar Jackson or Justin Herbert in recent years, they would not have ended up in this position. Or are they? What would Ryan Tannehill say?

Tua will be their protector on Sunday – at least until he becomes one. And the fallen breadcrumbs say he won’t be when the Watson situation clears up. If this ever happens. In its current form, this is the last exhibition of the organization wandering in the desert.

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