Imagine this, Odell Beckham Jr. is STILL talking about his time with the Giants and how he’s in a much better place mentality, physically, and spiritually to reach his potential.
As if he didn’t set numerous offensive records with the Giants and quarterback Eli Manning, Beckham felt as though his former team was holding him back. Now, I hate to revert back to the tired storyline, but the reality is, the Giants might be in a better position post-Beckham.
When’s the last time the Giants have had to deal with any antics, legal issues, or overall madness? It seems he took all of those issues with him. Let’s get one thing straight, though, I’m by no means a hater of OBJ, in fact, watching him every Sunday made the Giants even slightly enjoyable.
His presence on the field and ability was next to none, but the New York media ripped him apart at every chance they got. He’s better off in a smaller market where he can be himself and not receive the extra attention that big-media companies feed off of. Imagine the advertising dollars he earned those companies over the course of his career in the Big Apple.
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Dan Pizzuta (Big Blue View) – Ranking how NFC East teams are set up for future at wide receiver and tight end
Matt Lombardo (NJ.com) – Browns’ Odell Beckham: Giants stunted my physical, mental, spiritual growth
Dan Schneier (247sports) – PFF: Giants have one of the five best guard tandems in the NFL
Ed Valentine (Big Blue View) – What should the Giants expect from Eli Manning in 2019?
Alexander Wilson (Empire Sports Media) – New York Giants: 3 rookies that could earn playing time on starting team