Shouldn't he be focusing a little more on the fact the Browns lost by 30 at home?
Odell Beckham Jr. is already making his mark in Cleveland. In Week 1, he donned a watch worth $350,000 during the game, getting a talking to from league officials in the aftermath. He apparently, though, is not stopping there, doubling down on attacking his critics.
Yeah, wear it again! Why not? No reason not to!
Last week, OBJ had 71 yards, which isn't bad, but fans and media alike will zero in on every aspect of a loss when a team with high expectations gets blown out by such a wide margin. Beckham's only playoff appearance thus far was a blowout loss at Lambeau Field, but all people will remember from that game is what happened leading up to it.
If Beckham does actually plan on wearing the watch in Week 2, then he is just asking for a fine, showing blatant disregard for the NFL's policy.
The Browns traded for Beckham knowing his issues, both on and off the field, but also did so because he is an amazing talent and they believe they can tame those behaviors. Clearly, however, Week 1 showed that Freddie Kitchens' heavily-penalized team lacks for discipline, and this is just another example.
If this weren't interesting enough, the Browns' next game will be a semi-homecoming for Beckham, as Cleveland plays the Jets at MetLife Stadium on Monday Night Football. Certainly one to...watch.