We should blame Odell Beckham Jr. or Baker Mayfield? The numbers tell the truth about what happened to the Browns – The Athletic

When Cleveland Browns transaction for Odell Beckham Jr. in 2019 it seems like a run home move – a young, talented #1 receiver who can come up with terrible numbers with Baker Mayfield for many years to come.

Now, less than three years later, Beckham’s time in Cleveland is over. The Browns announced his release on Friday, and he will be exempt.

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Beckham has had an odd eight-year career. He led the tournament like crazy as a rookie and one of the NFLThe best wide receivers of his first three seasons with the New York Giants. His talent and ability to play the ball is undeniable. But in three seasons with the Browns, Beckham looked nothing like the same player. His last match over 100 yards came in Week 6 of the 2019 season.

So why doesn’t it work in Cleveland, where his release leaves the Browns and Beckhams with nothing? Let’s take a look.

(Numbers provided by TruMedia, Sportradar and Pro Football Focus unless otherwise noted.)

How did Beckham really perform during his time in Cleveland?

Beckham played 29 games in three seasons with the Browns, catching 114 balls from 1,586 yards. He is one of 99 broad-spectrums who have run at least 500 routes since the beginning of 2019.

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