Hollywood’s newest star is still on the rise.
It wasn’t long ago when Odell Beckham Jr expressed his desire to play on the West Coast, and he finally got his chance this season, when the Browns released him and the Rams brought him on to finish the season. .
Beckham’s Browns tenure isn’t everything: With his midfield underperformance and swarming attacking play, Beckham is utterly unable to repeat the successes he enjoyed with the Giants in 2. season and a half with Baker Mayfield in Cleveland, resulting in just seven touchdowns in 29 games with oranges and browns.
Well, from an organization scrambling for the knockout stages to a team that is a longtime Super Bowl contender, Beckham has had another chance to cement his reputation as one of the best collectors of all time. best game with Sean McVay and Matthew Stafford in LA.
Here’s how he’s played so far:
Statistics of Odell Beckham Jr. with Rams
So far with the Rams, Beckham has caught nine 127-meter passes to 18 goals in three games.
He hasn’t exactly lit the world on fire since setting foot in Hollywood, but clearly, there’s a period of adapting to a new offense. In Beckham’s Week 10 debut against the Rams versus the 49ers, he was primarily used as a decoy receiver, catching just two passes on three goals in the game.
After saying goodbye to Week 11 – and adding time for Beckham to get involved in the offense after Robert Woods lost the ball – Beckham caught five passes from 81 yards from Matthew Stafford. Beckham scored his first TD as Ram in that game.
Beckham’s third go, a game against the Jaguars in Week 13, was a bit lighter on the job with full dominance by both the Sony Michel and the Open Cooper Kupp. Beckham was targeted just five times during the game, with two catches for a total of 28 yards.
Part of the difference in Beckham’s production with the Rams compared to this year’s Browns is his usage: Over just three games, Beckham has been targeted deep (more than 20 yards) down the field six times, replacing for 10 times in six games with the Browns, each PFF.
It’s also important to note that Beckham’s catch by position isn’t much different from the way he’s used against Cleveland, between playing inside and playing on the wide.
Here’s a breakdown of Beckham’s 2021 season with the Browns compared to his early trips with the Rams:
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