The Odell Beckham Jr. sweepstakes are officially back on.
After several weeks of deliberation, team visits, and media attention, it appears that Beckham will be finding an NFL home this season after all.
Jerry Jones on OBJ: “Odell’s going to join us. There’s a good chance he will, with the complete goal of getting ready for a playoff game or two, and then I’ll look to the future. … I’m hopeful we can get into some important games and have some Deion Sanders-type results." https://t.co/pRLp5OtI5m
— Ari Meirov (@MySportsUpdate) December 16, 2022
Cowboys owner Jerry Jones is adamant that Beckham will be joining their team.
Although nothing is official, Jones typically gets what he wants.
If he believes that Beckham will fit into the Cowboys’ offensive scheme, chances are, the Cowboys will find a way to make it happen.
Above, Jones commented on Deion Sanders.
Sanders was signed by the Cowboys in Week 2 of the 1995 NFL season, in what turned out to be the largest defensive contract in NFL history at the time.
This signing helped the Cowboys win their third Super Bowl in four years.
Judging by the comments that Jones has made about Beckham, he truly believes that adding another offensive weapon could lead to greater postseason success this year, and in years to come.
The Current State Of The Cowboys
The Cowboys have a 10-3 record and are tied for the second-best record in the NFC.
The divisional-rival Philadelphia Eagles are 12-1, the best record in the entire league.
Winners of their last four games, the Cowboys look to finish their season strong, and by adding players like Beckham and Hilton, they add to their depth at receiver.
Having huge playmakers is essential for the playoffs.
How far can this Cowboys team make it?