Odell Beckham, Jr. — Lightning in a bottle
OBJ’s ability to pull down passes with one hand or leaping high above the defender or tiptoeing the out-of-bounds line are all what make Beckham special. And with a healthier Beckham returning that spectacular play is just around the corner.
Browns fans are literally watching every offensive play anticipating that next big Beckham play. There hasn’t been a ton of those in Cleveland, but enough to remind us all that you better not take your eyes off of him as a fan.
Last season, before the injury Beckham had one of those ”don’t blink or you’ll miss it” moments in Dallas against the Cowboys when he took a pitch from Mayfield and ran 50 yards for the score even though he was almost stopped 15 yards behind the line of scrimmage as the play developed. That play and that player were special at that moment and it also sealed the win for Cleveland.
This season there will be another play by Beckham that you’ll just simply say with your mouth wide open “wow”!
Whatever your opinion is of Beckham, good or bad, just know that for the Browns to get that Super Bowl in their future taking that puzzle piece of Beckham and fitting it into the Browns puzzle is vitally important to making that dream a reality.