Odell Beckham Jr. had an outstanding rookie season in 2014 that surpassed all reasonable expectations.
Having missed the first four games of the season through injury, Beckham played the last 12 games for the Giants and lit the the NFL alight with his spectacular play at receiver.
Beckham topped the league last campaign in terms of receiving yards per game, with 108.8 yards per game on average.
These stats were particularly impressive because Beckham had only just returned from injury and was playing in his first season in the NFL.
Beckham took the NFL by surprise in his rookie year but he will struggle to recreate the same production in 2015. This star wideout will be a marked man in his sophomore campaign, but that does not faze the Madden 16 cover star one bit.
"I definitely expect to receive a lot more attention," Beckham told NJ.com on Wednesday, after looking as explosive as ever in the Giants' first organized team activities (OTA) workout of the year. "But it's just not going to work."
Trust in teammates
The 22-year-old's confidence headed into 2015 is hinged on two things, the confidence he has in himself and the trust he has in his teammates to step up to alleviate the pressure.
"You know you have Vic and Reuben, it's going to be hard to double or have a safety over the top with the stuff that we have going on," Beckham added. "I don't think it's going to be beneficial for them."
These are certainly confident comments from Beckham, but how well do you think he will do in 2015? Let us know below.
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