For whatever reason, he and Baker Mayfield cannot seem to get on the same page.
Beckham is dropping easy throws as well, adding to the oddities in Cleveland.
So far this season, Beckham has 14 receptions for 203 yards and no touchdowns.
Something is off and Beckham’s name has been in trade rumors as a result.
ESPN’s Stephen A. Smith believes he has the perfect destination for the receiver who can’t get it going in Cleveland.
.@stephenasmith thinks the Packers need to trade for OBJ 👀
"I promise y'all, if Odell Beckham Jr. ends up with the Green Bay Packers, Green Bay Packers are going to the Super Bowl!" pic.twitter.com/EfSeRDeUHY
— First Take (@FirstTake) October 18, 2021
Smith seems to be adamant that if the Green Bay Packers trade for Beckham, they are going straight to the Super Bowl.
Packers Already On A Super Bowl Course
The Packers are 5-1 and Aaron Rodgers is telling Chicago Bears fans he owns them.
So one could say things are going pretty well for the franchise in 2021.
That is already known, as the Packers have gone to consecutive NFC Championship Games.
But they have fallen short both times and outside of Davante Adams, Rodgers lacks that second go-to receiver.
Enter Beckham, according to Smith.
Without him the team is already set to contend for the NFC crown alongside the Dallas Cowboys, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Arizona Cardinals, and Los Angeles Rams.
If he can get back to his old ways in Green Bay, the duo of OBJ and Adams may be too tough to stop.
Such a trade may also convince Rodgers to hang around for a few more years.
Should The Browns Listen To Offers?
One current complication is the fact Beckham is dealing with a shoulder injury suffered Sunday.
He did return to the game, but he was visibly in pain throughout.
Two weeks in a row.
Two massive 4th down drops by Odell Beckham.
— Nick Karns (@karnsies817) October 17, 2021
However, there is a good chance the Browns may decide to accept he isn’t a good fit.
The front office should at least listen to trade offers for Beckham.
If Green Bay calls, at least he is out of the AFC to avoid the potential of him tearing up Cleveland in the postseason.NEXT: Michael Irvin Has A Message For Cowboys Nation