Colin Cowherd: “OBJ and Carmelo Anthony looked like they were going to be Hall of Famers after 5 or 6 years. Then OBJ got brittle, he got hurt, little bit of drama…and now OBJ is on the market after being ineffective and thinking he’s ‘THE GUY’ but he’s not really the guy. Can OBJ now come to terms with what he is? You look at some of the best receiving corps in the NFL, you tell me where OBJ would fit? Carmelo Anthony had this 5-6 year period where he just couldn’t come to terms with him being a great bench player. The minute he embraced it with Portland and the Lakers he became a great bench player… OBJ is a bench player; when Carmelo Anthony came to terms with that he was great.” (Full Video Above)
Listen to Colin Cowherd explain why he thinks Odell Beckham Jr. has become the ‘Carmelo Anthony’ of the NFL, as a former elite All-World talent who is at a point in his career where he just needs to accept his new role as a secondary player.
Check out the video above as Colin tries to envision Odell on some of the best wide receiving corps in the league, detailing why he probably wouldn’t even be a good fit on any of them.