Look for Odell Beckham Jr to regain his prior form for the Cleveland Browns
Beckham should be given some slack, though, and he still wasn’t exactly chopped liver. OBJ had a fairly underwhelming 1,035 yards, which was not up to his standards. Candidly, we were expecting more from Beckham, but him fighting through a sports hernia injury obviously didn’t help his case.
That had to have been such a nagging ailment for him game-to-game, and likely affected his play. Nonetheless, it was still clear that often, Mayfield and Beckham were not on the same page throughout games. Although, that was understandable, to some extent, with them in their first season together, and the complete trainwreck/dumpster fire that was then-head coach Freddie Kitchens didn’t help.
Cleveland’s issues on the offensive line didn’t help their timing, either. With upgrades at both tackle spots in Jedrick Wills Jr. and Jack Conklin, though, that should help Beckham in allowing him more ability to get more plays down the field this coming season. One would hope Beckham being, at least at this point, fully healthy, could, too.
So how can Beckham have a much more successful upcoming campaign for the Brown and Orange, then?
We’ll highlight that here by emphasizing three goals for Beckham for the Cleveland Browns in 2020.
The first goal for the star wideout would be in relation to him being more efficient/getting more chunk plays, in the overall sense for the Browns.
Alrighty then, we’ll get rolling here with that first goal, and this is operating as if the season can play out, regarding the league being able to manage the novel coronavirus pandemic.