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Odell Beckham Jr.
One of the most impressive things about Beckham’s move to the Los Angeles Rams has been his maturity on and off the field. After all, Beckham has faced a lot of scrutiny for some of the ways that he has behaved during his career, but he has shown an exceptional amount of growth with his new team in LA. What he has also shown is that he can still be a top ten receiver in the league.
Since joining the Rams, Beckham has 541 receiving yards and six touchdowns combined in both the regular season and postseason. Beckham didn’t put up that many yards or touchdowns in any single season with the Cleveland Browns.
His improvement as a touchdown scorer has come in the form of his ability to score in the red zone, which was an area where Las Vegas constantly struggled this season. Ultimately, adding Beckham would allow Vegas to become more diverse as an offense, especially in the red zone
Beckham’s sudden improvement has a lot to do with the growth he has shown and Matthew Stafford, who is one of the most underrated quarterbacks in recent years. He would likely have the same, high-level production if he came to Las Vegas to play with Carr. And honestly, because of his struggles in Cleveland, Beckham likely won’t be too expensive, which would be an added plus for Ziegler.