Deshaun Watson was given a six-game suspension by Sue Robinson, thus the New England Patriots are unlikely to play him this year.
To say the least, it has been awful to see the Deshaun Watson situation develop. The NFL’s disciplinary officer in charge of this case, Sue Robinson, sentenced Watson to a six-game ban, signaling that the case’s legal hearings are nearly complete. The New England Patriots won’t have to play him if this continues or if his suspension is extended.
It seems inappropriate to discuss the football aspect of this, but it is a noteworthy event for the on-field circumstance.
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Reading and hearing about Deshaun Watson’s several accusations of unwanted sexual behavior is upsetting.
Judge Sue Robinson, who was chosen by the NFL and NFLPA, made her decision earlier today, ordering Watson to miss six games in the 2022 season.
We’ll have to wait and see if Commissioner Roger Goodell decides to take things further because the NFL was asking for a full-year ban.
Deshaun Watson will miss the games against the Panthers, Jets, Steelers, Falcons, Chargers, and Patriots due to his six-game ban.
On October 23, Watson would be able to play against the Ravens.
It’s advantageous that Watson is probably out of this game because the Patriots are going to Cleveland.
I don’t believe it’s probable that the Patriots will trade for Jimmy Garoppolo, so they may decide to prepare for Jacoby Brissett, who is the team’s primary backup quarterback.
The reliable quarterback Brissett has some respectable starting experience.
He can play a little because he is a high-end backup/fringe starter. But now that Deshaun Watson is out of the picture, the Patriots could be able to go to Cleveland and take a victory from the team.