Rumors are circling that Odell Beckham wants out of Cleveland. If this is true, the Buffalo Bills need to do all they can to bring him in
The hype around the Cleveland Browns was insane heading into the 2019 season and much of that was due to the arrival of Odell Beckham, Jr. The electrifying wideout was added to a roster that already had Jarvis Landry and Baker Mayfield which had their fan base salivating.
However, the talent on paper hasn’t translated to success as Cleveland is just 5-7 and OBJ has only two touchdown catches on the season. For that reason, rumors are making the rounds (again) that he’s unhappy and wants out. If that’s true, the Buffalo Bills need to do all they can to land him in 2020.
Despite Beckham only crossing the goal line twice, he’s on pace for over 1,000-yards and has 57 receptions in 12 games. Those stats are the result of him and the quarterback not being on the same page. He’s also rarely heard from late in games as it seems head coach Freddie Kitchens can only get him the ball on scripted plays.
Of course, he and his reps have not said anything about wanting out but that shouldn’t stop the Bills from giving the team a call once the season is over.
It will be expensive, if they’re even willing to listen, but OBJ is a transcendent star and would give Josh Allen an absolute stud to work with. And unlike the situation with Mayfield and OBJ, Allen has clicked with his free agent additions as John Brown and Cole Beasley are thriving in Buffalo.
At 9-3, the Bills are a good team and they’re in the mix. Having said that, their offense can stall at times and having an OBJ on the field could alleviate that issue as they look to remain contenders for years to come.