Odell Beckham

Odell Beckham Jr. Out against Washington.

There is a difference in mentality when you are 4-8 with a slim chance of making the playoffs and 8-4 fighting for a first round bye. The New York Giants, who are 4-8, stated star wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. out against Washington this week.  This move can be far from surprising for two reasons. First, OBJ is signed to a long term deal and want to get the most mileage out of Beckham and not risk a devastating injury in a game that does not matter. Second, if the Giants lose they could benefit on draft night by having a higher draft pick.

Tom McAlister

Tom McAlister

ProFootball Free Lance Author at SportsTalkLine.com
I have an extreme passion for sports as I have participated as a player, coach, and referee of many different sports. I have started to illustrate my love of athletics by becoming a sports writer. I founded my own blog dfends.com and I am a SportsTalkLine.com Free Lance writer covering the New York Giants.
Tom McAlister

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