Although Odell Beckham is famous for catching a 43-yard touchdown pass in his rookie year, his overall performance isn’t good at all. In the past two seasons, Beckham has not breached the top 20 wide receivers.
In 2019, he had a low rank of 28 in receptions.
The only reason why people paid attention to him so much was because of his fame.
His rating as a quarterback isn’t that great either. He might be greater than Mayfield, but his passer rating has considerably decreased since he joined the Browns. In his third season with the New York Giants (2018), he had the highest passing rate, 158.3.
That’s 72.9 points more than his current rating.
If Odell Beckham Jr. was more qualified than Mayfield to be a quarterback, he would’ve been throwing more in 2019. Perhaps, if he was added as an extra for the quarterback position, it would help the Browns. However, considering his passer rating has gone down considerably, perhaps his skills would become a hinderance for the team. In the meantime, he should stick to being what he was drafted for first.