The Mystery Team that Would Be the Perfect Landing Spot For JJ Watt

Colin Cowherd: “GREEN BAY is where he should go. I don’t know if it’s the best schematic fit, but I know that Green Bay needs to create momentum. They’re like a barstool missing a leg. There are three ways you can create momentum – Tampa just used ALL of them. You can draft, and then there are trades, and then there’s free agency. Green Bay always says they’re ‘interested’ in free agents, but the Packers’ history tells you that they’ll build through the draft. You can’t have Rodgers and Favre for 20 years and only win two Super Bowls. They’ve gotta create some momentum here and GO FOR IT, and if you’ve got to overpay JUST DO IT. The Rams are aggressive, Seattle is aggressive, the Saints are aggressive, Tampa Bay is aggressive, Jerry Jones historically has been aggressive, Philadelphia to a fault has sometimes been aggressive, and YOU’RE passive. Even if you draft, Tampa just got Tristan Wirfs and Antoine Winfield in a NOW draft, and Green Bay got a quarterback who won’t play and a running back because their running back is going to be a free agent in one year. It was a ‘LATER' draft. It’s time to do stuff NOW, and it’s time to create some MOMENTUM where talented and cool people want to be a part of it. The Packers live below their means and put money away, but sometimes you gotta go on a cruise you can’t afford, book first-class tickets to London way over your budget, and LIVE A LITTLE… Tampa is getting NOW players. You owe it to Aaron. Symbolically is matters, motivationally it matters, BE COOL.” (Full Video Above)

Listen to Colin Cowherd explain why he thinks the GREEN BAY PACKERS offer the best backdrop for JJ Watt, but not entirely just because of their need for a fresh pass rusher, but to send a message to Aaron Rodgers, the fan base, and to the entire locker room that they’re GOING FOR IT in 2021.

Check out the video above as Colin details why he thinks that the Packers need to create some momentum towards a Super Bowl campaign much like Tom Brady and the Bucs did this past season when they acquired former star players Antonio Brown, Rob Gronkowski, and Leonard Fournette.

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