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NFL Trade Predictions: Chargers trade a 3rd and 4th round pick to the Texans for J.J. Watt

JJ Watt to Steelers for Smith-Schuster
Could you imagine JJ Watt joining Nick Bosa in Los Angeles? Are you kidding me? The Chagers already have a nasty front seven, now you add a future Hall of Famer.

The Chargers have one of the best pass rushes in the NFL right now. With Joey Bosa and Melvin Ingram the Chargers wreak havoc on opposing quarterbacks.

Melvin Ingram is a free agent this year and will be leaving, so the Chargers and new head coach Brandon Staley who is a defensive mind.

Staley has coached four Pro Bowlers, some of the most dominant defensive NFL players in recent memory — Khalil Mack in 2018, Von Miller in 2019 and Aaron Donald and Jalen Ramsey this season. Three of those players (Mack, Donald and Ramsey) were also recognized by The Associated Press as first-team All-Pro selections.

Now add J.J. Watt and Joey Bosa to that list. The Chargers send a 3rd and 4th round pick to the Texans to help them clear up some space. The Chargers land Watt and immediately their defensive unit becomes a top front in the NFL.

While Watt has had several injuries in his past, working with Joey Bosa could be huge for the future Hall of Famer. When Watt had Jadeveon Clowney on the opposite side he wreaked havoc on opposing quarterbacks. Watt moving to LA would help the franchise sell tickets and could rejuvenate his career.

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