3. Will Odell Beckham have a big day against the Cincinnati Bengals?
While all of the talk is about the big day that Zay Flowers had, Odell Beckham quietly looked good. He did not light up the stat sheet, but beyond the box score, there are reasons to be excited about Beckham and his potential in this offense.
First, he played every snap and was the X wideout, which allows Flowers to be more of a gadget option. Beckham led the team in air yards and was the deep threat throughout the game. It led to a 29-yard reception, but more than that, it led to two pass-interference penalties. In total, he created three first downs and three plays where the ball moved over 15 yards.
Now, teams are going to be looking at Flowers. Now, Mark Andrews is in the mix. As we noted, the Bengals cornerbacks are as good or worse than the Texans cornerbacks. Beckham looks great physically. If the Baltimore Ravens want to open their offense up, they have to see Beckham with a big day. He may lead the team in receiving this week.