Cleveland Browns wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. is the third Cleveland Browns player to appear in the NFL Top 100 at 59.
It was a tumultuous first season in Cleveland for Beckham. In addition to non-stop controversy on the field, Beckham’s numbers were not up to the standard expected of him. When it comes to seasons in which more than four games are played, Beckham had a career-low in receptions (74), receiving yards (1035), touchdowns (4), yards per game (64.7), and catch percentage (55.6). Beckham’s 14 yards per reception was the third-lowest of his career.
Like Jarvis Landry and his other teammates, Odell Beckham Jr. dealt with sub-par quarterback play and an inept coach. The hope is that the team can perform up to the level expected of them under new coach Kevin Stefanski. If not, the future of Beckham in Cleveland is very much in doubt.