3. Jarvis Landry
Jarvis Landry and Odell Beckham are old friends, and they couldn’t be more different on the field. While the offense needs an unnecessary need on getting Beckham the ball, Landry just plays within the flow of the game and always seems to come up big.
He was, by far, the Browns best receiver in Week 1 and the only one who looked like an NFL receiver, quite frankly.
While Beckham was targeted 10 times (three catches), Landry caught five of the six balls thrown his way for 61 yards.
Both Landry and Beckham are high priced talents, and it’s hard to see the Browns moving forward with both after the 2020 campaign. My guess is that Landry was here before OBJ, and he’ll be here after, too.