Odell Beckham Jr. took the National Football League by storm in 2014, having one hell of a rookie season.
The New York Giants star put up some sensational numbers, even better when you consider that he missed the first four games of the season, and will be looking to build on his Pro Bowl level season.
The Giants have been in training camp with the Cincinnati Bengals, which meant that Bengals cornerback Adam Jones got up close and personal with the new situation; and Pacman did not love what he saw.
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Jones got questions about Beckham but said that the former Louisiana State star was nowhere near the level of Bengals star A.J Green.
“Every way. He’s no A.J,” Jones said, according to a report from NJ.com. “He has a lot of work to do to be A.J.”
Preseason games usually aren’t the time for bulletin board material, but this wouldn’t have reached that level in the regular season either. For someone to get upset about what you said, they usually have to disagree with you.
“Of course,” Beckham said. “A.J. has been doing this for four years. He’s been consistent for four years. Just find a way to be consistent and hopefully you reach a point where A.J.’s at.”
If Beckham is healthy and can play at a consistent level in 2015, he will be a Pro Bowl star yet again and will have firmly put his name in to the hat for the best receiver in the entire league, that's how good Beckham is.