By | August 2, 2022

New England Patriots should not be faced with Deshaun Watson.

The New England Patriots are not likely to take on Deshaun Watson in the upcoming season, following the fact that Sue Robinson handed down a six-game suspension to Watson’s player.

The Deshaun Watson incident is a nightmare to say the least and is still to be followed. The legal proceedings related to the case appear to be coming to an end, because Sue Robinson, the disciplinary official in charge of this matter in relation to the NFL has issued a six-game ban for Watson. If the suspension is imposed and he’s suspended for longer then you and the New England Patriots will not be forced to confront the player.

It’s not right to discuss the football aspect of this, however it’s a significant event regarding the situation on the field.

Deshaun Watson’s incessant allegations of inappropriate sexual behavior is depressing to read about and listen to.

Today, a earlier today, judge Sue Robinson, who was appointed by the NFL as an NFLPA has ruled the case that Watson is suspended six times in the 2022 season.

The NFL had been insisting on a full-year ban, so we’ll be watching whether the commissioner Roger Goodell ends up acting on this issue further.

 

The six-game suspension for Deshaun Watson puts the quarterback off matches against Panthers, Jets, Steelers, Falcons, Chargers, and Patriots.

Watson is capable of playing again to face the Ravens on the 23rd of October.

The Patriots will travel to Cleveland for the game, and it’s a relief that Watson probably won’t be playing.

It’s unlikely to trade Jimmy Garoppolo, so the Patriots could end up negotiating for Jacoby Brissett as the team’s main backup.

Brissett is a great quarterback with decent start experience.

He’s in the high-end starter/fringe starter level, which means he’s able to play a bit.

But the fact that that the Patriots not being a threat to DeShaun Watson’s presence, they could be able to make it into Cleveland in order to steal victory against the other team.

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