The AFC is loaded with young quarterback talent and is widely seen as the stronger of the NFL’s two conferences.
Teams like the Kansas City Chiefs, Buffalo Bills, and Cincinnati Bengals have seen their franchises flourish once they had the right QB in place.
This also goes for the Baltimore Ravens, as Lamar Jackson has been a valuable asset to their offense.
Many believe Jackson can’t bring the Ravens on a deep playoff run despite his athleticism and on-field ability.
A recent segment of ‘Get Up’ seems to debunk these thoughts, as Mike Tannenbaum highlights one offseason addition for this offense.
“Odell Beckham is a great player,” Tannenbaum said, “What he can do over 17 games will make this offense literally unstoppable.”
.@RealTannenbaum says OBJ gives Lamar Jackson his best shot to win a Super Bowl:
"If they are all there for 17 games, this offense will be incredibly difficult to defend, Lamar should be in the MVP conversation, and Baltimore will be toe-to-toe with Cincinnati and Kansas City." pic.twitter.com/Y3G3ojgK1Q
— Get Up (@GetUpESPN) July 24, 2023
He believes that if Beckham is healthy for the entire season, he’ll be a pivotal contributor to this offense.
If all goes to plan, Tannenbaum said, “Lamar should be in the MVP conversation.”
He also indicated that the Ravens could match up well with the Bengals and Chiefs, giving them a tough test.
Beckham is an eight-year NFL veteran and could also provide veteran leadership to a young receiver room.
The Ravens have used two first-round picks on receivers in the last three years.
The organization has made it evident that they’re willing to do what it takes to help Jackson succeed, which includes signing elite receivers.
The Ravens will have to contend with their AFC North counterparts to get to the playoffs, who aren’t going down without a fight.NEXT: Odell Beckham Jr. Hints At Potential Retirement After This Season