Odell Beckham was targeted 11 times and OBJ pulled in six of those throws for 101 yards. He had a long of 41 and made another spectacular catch near the sideline.
This was a welcomed game for Beckham, who had four total catches in Cleveland’s prior two games.
Week 6 marked just the second time OBJ’s crossed the century mark as a member of the Browns. His season high came in Week 2 against the Jets, when he pulled in seven passes for 161 yards.
Beckham wasn’t a slam dunk for the stock up list. He’s OBJ. He’s supposed to gain 100 yards. He also had two balls bounce off his hands. For a team that shoots itself in the foot as much as the Browns do, Baker Mayfield just can’t afford to be letdown by his receivers.
Beckham is 16th in the NFL with 436 yards. In a stat that may surprise fans, Jarvis Landry has more receiving yards than his lifelong friend. Landry has 439 yards.
The offense still had its moments of unevenness, but it looked a little better following the decidable against the 49ers.