Still, as free agency approaches, Watt has a few weeks to observe other teams, chat to them, and find the fit best for him, so where does it make sense for him to land?
It isn't only the Patriots dynasty that's dead, but The Patriot Way is, too.
Over the years, the Georgia product has put up great numbers and there are multiple quarterback-needy teams that will be interested in taking him, but with his contract offering a $33 million cap hit, and the likely reduction of the cap overall, which teams can really afford to put it all on the soon-to-be 33 year old?
So, you could say it worked out for both teams perfectly. Kansas City got one of the best quarterbacks to ever play the game judging by his start, and the Bills got a lockdown corner and their franchise quarterback who could also possibly go down as a great.
So, if Jones doesn't end up staying with the Pack, which bears considering due to his relationship with Rodgers, where is he most likely to end up? It's an interesting topic especially for those that own him in fantasy dynasty leagues.
Allen Robinson, or “Old Fashioned” as he likes to be known, appears to be done with Chicago. At least according to his interview on Monday, one day removed from the Bears being comfortably dumped out of the Wild Card Round by the New Orleans Saints.
Two of the greatest quarterbacks of all time will take the field this weekend when the New Orleans Saints host the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the Divisional Round of the NFL play-offs.
All of that may be me being cynical and that Bill and the Patriots believe in the democracy America espouses, but hey, it's America – you never know.
His off-the-field activity may ward off some potential suitors such as the receiver-needy Patriots, but there will be a solid market for him considering he can really ball when he wants to.
The season is over, and in the eyes of the New England Patriots it was a failure despite their 12-4 record. On special teams they were great as usual, and their defence was #1 on the year, but the offence was a disaster and they continuously struggled to move the ball, whether that was running or passing.
The Denver Broncos had a largely uninspiring season last year with their 6-10 record, but surely they have to be better this year, right?
“Larry Fitzgerald could catch a bee with chopsticks.” - Ron Wolfley
It seems a long time since the Minneapolis Miracle now, doesn't it? But since Stefon Diggs reeled in one of the most memorable plays in football history, the Vikings have been a bit of a mystery.
So, Melvin Gordon wants a big bag of money to stay with the Los Angeles Chargers, and if he doesn't get it, he won't report to training camp and request to be traded, as reported by Adam Schefter.