Odell Beckham Jr and Jarvis Landry form are excited to work together again as OBJ recovers from a torn ACL, which is going incredibly well.
The star receiver tore his ACL last year and was unavailable to play for majority of the year. The Browns managed fine without him, but when he’s on the field, Beckham is a threat. He can run the ball, catch the ball, and even throw the ball if you need him to.
All around, the Browns are a better team with him. He’ll be excited to get back to the field too. Beckham talked about how difficult it was to watch his Browns play and not be able to help at all. Fortunately, things are looking up for him.
Jarvis Landry revealed that Beckham is doing good as he comes back from injury, and that he’s excited to work with his teammate again:
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Odell Beckham Jr and Jarvis Landry Set To Take The Browns To The Super Bowl
For once, it seems like the Browns have legitimate expectations. After shocking the Steelers in the Wild Card round last year, and then taking the Kansas City Chiefs down to the wire, the Browns proved that they could be contenders.
After a strong offseason, that notion is even more legitimate. The Browns are primed to be one of two or three teams in the AFC who could legitimately make it out of the conference. Of course, Kansas City will always be there and Buffalo is set to excel once more, but behind them, don’t underrate the Browns.
They signed John Johnson to bolster their secondary, added Jadeveon Clowney to shore up the defensive line, and with OBJ back in the fold, they could have a formidable offense.
Last year, Jarvis Landry finished finished with 840 yards, leading the Browns in receiving. With his co-star back, he could see his numbers improve a lot as attention is taken away from him. The Browns also feature perhaps the best 1-2 punch at running back with Nick Chubb and Kareem Hunt.
Those two combined for 1,908 rushing yards, gashing defenses left and right. The biggest cog to the Browns development, however, will be Baker Mayfield’s continued improvement. It seems like he’s finally found a groove with Kevin Stefanski, and this is the first time he’s not seeing a head coaching change, so there’s definitely chances for improvement.
If OBJ returns to his form from last year, the Browns are set to take advantage of a good offseason and build momentum on their campaign from a year ago.