Odell Beckham Jr. and his Cleveland Browns head to New England on Sunday for a matchup with the undefeated Patriots.
Ever since current Patriots head coach Bill Belichick was fired by the Cleveland Browns prior to the 1996 season, things have been different for these two franchises.
A total of six Super Bowl titles for Belichick and the Patriots compared to one playoff appearance for the Browns.
OBJ was asked about his thoughts regarding the Patriots’ dynasty. The star receiver did not mince words.
That’s something right there. Beckham admitting he’d love to play “for” an opposing quarterback. We’re pretty sure this comment won’t sit well with the Browns’ brass.
But Beckham is not wrong here. It’s a dream for players to win titles. Receivers want to play with the game’s best. No one can blame OBJ for this human emotion.
It’s also interesting in that Beckham Jr. specifically mentioned rumors about him being traded to the Patriots years back. He was obviously willing and ready to join New England back then.
The good news for Browns fans? OBJ has four more years on his current contract.
Cleveland heads into Week 8 at 2-4 on the season and in a must-win situation against the defending champs.