Brace yourself, because I am about to say something that may sound like football heresy: could overtake as the best receiver of all time. You might not agree with me but Odell Beckham Jr. is poised to top receiver of all time surpassing Jerry Rice in terms of ratings. One advantage that he has is the age. He is still very young and can do given the amount of talent that he has. From the betting lines, you will definitely know what you can do if you were to get the reality.
Beckham did catch two touchdown passes in the Sundays win over Philadelphia Eagles, which made him the first ever player since the year 1960s with receiving touchdowns of 30 in his first ever 35 games. At this point, Rice only had 22 in his career. It was the 7th time that Beckham caught more than two touchdowns in one game. This is only player since merger of more than 35 career games were New England Patriots where Rob Gronkowski (nine) as well as San Diego Chargers receiver John Jefferson who got eight. Until today, Randy Moss is that only other player in AFL with seven. Rice only had five.
He has also more receiving yards by his 1st 35 games than anybody has ever had and slightly edging out the legendary Charley Hennigan, who did amass of 3,338 receiving yards when playing for Houston Oilers. Rice only had 2,778 as receiving yards by his 1st 35 games.
In addition, Beckham has an average passer when throwing the ball that Total Quarterback the Rating, Eli Manning who ranks 18th from 32 qualified passers according to ESPNs. This impressed performance has made him to rank No. 24 from 30 passers. His performance has always been amazing when compared to the previous rates that others had.
Manning did completed a mean league of 63.2 percent of all passes over past few seasons. Young and Montana both led the completion percentage of five times in league with Young winning the overall crown in 4 straight years from the year 1994 to the year 1997. Manning has led only the league in the interceptions, during the year 2007, 2010 and the year 2013 seasons. This makes him of the greatest players for those who love the game.
When Rice did win his first award as an offensive player in the year 1987, the mean NFL team was about 32.1 passing as the number of attempts in a game. This made him win several awards during the seasons making him one of all-time scorer. He has as high as 36.4 times in a game. However, Beckham comes with different stats since he had opportunities of getting his hands right on the football with a promising career. He has not even started playing at his prime age meaning that he has a lot to prove.
In the end, Beckham will definitely come with new records given the level of talent that he has in the Super Bowl rings from the time he made his first four appearances. Nevertheless, that will not stop Beckham’s trajectory that could easily write Rice out of the books.