Let’s Get Odell Beckham Jr. A Super Bowl Ring From The Chiefs

All of your controversial viewpoints, crazy forecasts, and hot takes are challenged by our Mark Gunnels.

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Let’s Get Odell Beckham Jr. Another Super Bowl Ring


The OBJ Sweepstakes can now start!

There were whispers regarding the former All-connection Pros to the Chiefs last year. He eventually joined the Los Angeles Rams, though, and was a crucial part of the team’s trip to Super Bowl LVI when he tore his ACL.

As he continues his rehabilitation, Beckham is considering joining the Rams, Buffalo Bills, Baltimore Ravens, Green Bay Packers, and Kansas City Chiefs.

Odell Beckham Jr.
Odell Beckham Jr.

Does Kansas City need to sign him?

Naturally, general manager Brett Veach should act if the price makes sense. Even though the offense is acceptable as it is now, you should never be afraid to improve.

Do I believe it will occur?

Most likely not.

If the Rams can turn things around, the NFC is theirs for the taking. In my opinion, Beckam adores the Los Angeles way of life.

Mecole Hardman Is Still Going To Have A Breakout Season

This is unquestionably a hot take after four games.

Mecole Hardman has only eight receptions for 71 yards thus far this season. His heel ailment has hindered Hardman, and Mahomes has missed him on a few long balls.

According to the rule of averages, Hardman ought to notice this.

But will it lead to a breakthrough year?

All we can do is wait and see.

Put Hardman On Kick Returns

On punt returns rather than kickoff returns, I’ve been banging the table for this.

Hardman was selected to the Pro Bowl and the second team of the All-Pro for special teams in 2019. He might not be returning kicks because of his injured heel.

Hardman performs best in an open area at the end of the day, so perhaps we will see him again soon.

Orlando Brown Is Not Worth Even Close To $25 Million.

I have no issue with players making self-bets, but for Kansas City’s left tackle, things aren’t looking good right now.

After four weeks, Brown isn’t even in the top 20 at his position. I know PFF’s shortcomings, but the eye test demonstrates his challenges.

Fortunately, Brown still has 13 games left in addition to the playoffs.

Last Lines:

Last year, he was linked to the Chiefs. In Super Bowl LVI, he tore his ACL while playing for the Los Angeles Rams. Beckham is considering the Rams, Bills, Ravens, Packers, and Chiefs while he rehabs.

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