The Patriots’ ‘Best-Case Scenario’ for the banned wide receiver has been dubbed.


The Patriots’ ‘Best-Case Scenario’ for the banned wide receiver has been dubbed.

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The New England Patriots are starting to look like a dangerous team again as the NFL season approaches its midpoint. On the other hand, you could argue that the squad still requires a dynamic playmaker on offense. One may become available shortly, but he may bring some baggage with him. Odell Beckham Jr.’s relationship with the Cleveland Browns has deteriorated significantly. The drama level was upped after OBJ’s father took to social media to call out Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield’s unwillingness to throw his son the ball, and the organization eventually instructed the former Pro-Bowler to stay away from the squad. Because a deal is no longer possible because the trade deadline has passed, the Browns are considering releasing the receiver. If it happens, the WR, who turns 30 on November 5, is expected to attract attention. According to Alex Kay of Bleacher Report, the Patriots would be OBJ’s “best-case scenario.” “The Patriots should now be looking for a high-end wideout to supplement Jones’ development,” Kay says. Hunter Henry, Jonnu Smith, Nelson Agholor, and Kendrick Bourne were all acquired in free agency by head coach Bill Belichick, but the offense still lacks a clear No. 1 wideout. With his speed, quickness, and catching skills, Beckham could change that right away, providing Jones with a playmaker capable of taking control.” When it comes to pure athletes, the Patriots don’t have anyone on their roster who can match OBJ’s abilities when he’s healthy. While there is no denying OBJ’s potential on-field impact, one could question a team’s decision to sign a dissatisfied player with a history of upsetting the apple cart. As Kay points out, New England has a history of success in comparable situations. “The Patriots have had previous experience mending dissatisfied, sagging wide receivers,” Kay wrote. Randy Moss, who was going through the motions with the Oakland Raiders before landing in New England in 2007, is a perfect illustration of this. Moss’ career was almost instantaneously resurrected as a result of the move. In Foxborough, he reverted to his former glory, playing a crucial role in the Patriots’ historic 2007 attack and setting a single-season record of 23 receiving touchdowns. Nokia News – Quick Recap


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