​Think you've heard all there is to hear about how good the ​Cleveland Browns will be next year? Think again!


Browns' new wide receiver, superstar Odell Beckham Jr., became the ​latest player to say something outlandish about the team's potential heading into 2019.

​​"I would say he's next," said Beckham while discussing quarterback Baker Mayfield. "But I feel like he's now. He's Brett Favre — he's going to be a Hall of Famer."


Well, that's bold. Yes, Mayfield showed us flashes of brilliance last year when he threw for 3,725 yards, but to liken him to one of the best to ever sling it in Brett Favre after just one season is jumping the gun.


It's unwise to heap such high expectations on a second-year quarterback on a team that hasn't had a winning record in over a decade.

But then again, what's a more Browns-type move than setting incredibly high expectations only to fail to meet them?


At this point, the entire world gets it. This Browns roster is loaded with more talent than it's had in the last decade combined. There's gobs of potential just waiting to spring forward. But maybe it would be wise to wait until the season starts and let the playing do the talking.