Which Super Bowl competitor will land on JJ Watt? That would be the big question after Huston “mutually agreed to separate” from their previous first round selection after 10 seasons. Three-time winner of the AP Defensive Player of the Year, Watt has 101 bags for his career. Watt leaves the Houston community as he left a huge impact on and off the field. So where does Wat land next? The opponent in the playoff game will be the most logical. Watt played in eight matches after the season ended, but never participated in a team that participated in the Conference Championship. Several suitors may be able to offer this opportunity. Sports News looks at free agency bouts, starting with the best spot to hunt the ring: More from NFL DRAFT: The Latest SN | Big Board of Top 50 Leads. What best suits Watt after the Texas launch of the Tampa Bay Pirates If it comes to a ring chase, why not join Tom Brady in Tampa Bay? Lavonte Davis, Shaq Barrett, and Ndamukong Suh are all free agents in 2021, and there’s no way Tampa Bay can hold it. However, the pirates are ranked 10th in cover space, and Watt could come up with a deal to prove it knowing he has had nine bags in the past two seasons. Barrett had eight bags last season and dominated the post-season period. This is one of the most plausible seizures. Will Tennessee Titans stay in the department and team up with Mike Frapple? The Titans tried to bring Jadeveon Clowney, but that didn’t work. Watt could be a more consistent player. New Defense Coordinator Shane Bowen was an assistant in Houston from 2016 to 2017, and he could have built a better defense around Jeffrey Simons, Kevin Bayard and Watt. Baltimore Ravens Matt Godon, who led Baltimore with six bags last season, is a free agent. Derek Wolf is also a free agent. However, the crows were able to rebuild a swift pass around Watt and Calais Campbell, who was a teammate in his first season. Watt will have a successful veteran coaching staff around, and Baltimore may have to make the move before someone else in the division does. You know exactly who we’re talking to. More: Ranking of the NFL’s 50 Best Free Agents in 2021, Pittsburgh Steelers TG-Watt is already calling for it. Will the Watt family reunion – Derek Watt also play with the Steelers – make sense? The Steelers had the third best defense in the league in 2020 and would have been higher if it weren’t for the end-of-season injuries of Debre and Devin Bush. Pittsburgh ranks 27th in Cover Room, but Dupree is a free agent now. Watt could fill that void, and he might even come up with a family discount. Green Bay Packers Aaron Rodgers needs help, and what’s the best place to start from the former Wisconsin Stud? State natives will give new defense coordinator Joe Barry another piece in a unit that includes Kenny Clark and locked corner back Jair Alexander. Laying out a Green Bay cover isn’t ideal for this type of signature, but it can be done with a little restructuring. Watt was 32 years old – the same age as Reggie White when he came to Green Bay. We all know how that turned out to be Packers. More: Chronology of Dysfunctional Detail: Deshawn Watson splits with Texas, continued … Buffalo Bills Hackers provide a scheme to capture Chiefs, and Biles only managed to fire Patrick Mahoms once in a AFC Championship match. Buffalo is close, and the Watt will boost the rush of passes and be a fan favorite. It’s worth trying if the bills can empty the cover space. The Cleveland Browns lose to Braun Olivier Vernon to the Free Agency, but the franchise has been one of the most aggressive teams in the unofficial season over the past two years. The idea of Miles Jarrett and Watt in the center in third is terrifying, and Brown is sure to be in trouble right now. Los Angeles Chargers Can you imagine Wat and Joey Bossa on the same defensive line? First-year coach Brandon Staley got his new job by coaching a dominant defensive line with the rams, and Shipper has enough talented pieces on that side of the ball. This should help the hunt to capture heads in West Asia. New England Patriots Still a Contender? New England has the fourth largest match space, and it would be a strong signature that would make sense for both sides. Watt would succeed Bill Belichick’s chart, and give New England another option to rush indoors. Chase Weinovitch led the Bates with 5.5 sacks last season.