Odell Beckham Jr. has yet to score a TD this season. In the past two seasons, OBJ racked up 25 TDs as Manning's top target. After a few missed opportunities, he is fired up and wants the ball in his hands. What makes him a star in his ability to take over the game and he does not take his lack of scoring lightly.
"Going three games and not being in there, you don’t take it for granted anymore. It seems like scoring a touchdown is the norm. I know for sure I could score every single game. I feel that way. I’m confident in myself, in my abilities. It’s just the opportunities. I want to be in there but I want to be in there so we put points on the board. So we can score instead of getting field goals or turning the ball over. You want to end the drives with points and not field goals and turnovers because it’s not going to win the game," Beckham Jr. said.
"No. I’m in a great place right now mentally, physically and spiritually. There’s not really much that bothers me at all, to be honest. I’m going to go out and play football the only way I know how to play. Try my best to be the best teammate that I possibly can be. At the end of the day you play for the guys who are wearing the jersey. They’re the ones that take the field for you. They’re the ones who you shed blood, sweat and tears with. I’m just going to go out and be who I am," Beckham Jr. said.
There has to be some hidden tension between OBJ and McAdoo after the emotional loss. Beckham Jr. was vague when addressing McAdoo's concerns. Asked if he could be a distraction to his team in the words of Coach McAdoo, Beckham Jr remained quiet.
"He said, she said. I'm not really concerned about anything except the Minnesota Vikings," noted Beckham