Rams or bills? Odell Beckham Jr still looks hesitant about his next stop after the NFL opener

Odell Beckham Jr. has not waived whether or not to sign with the Los Angeles Rams or the Buffalo Bills on Thursday night.

Although he made it to SoFi – if only as a spectator – the veteran has widely tweeted like someone still on the fence about his destination in 2022. After a Lombardi Cup party with the rest of his 2021 Super Bowl-champion Rams teammates, the free agent watched Beckham in streetwear (which we must note are the Rams’ colors) as the two teams battled back and forth until, in the end, Bills get away with rams10–31.

Beckham, who turns 30 in November, is still recovering from a ruptured ACL he suffered at Super Bowl LVI. But it’s still being recruited heavily this summer, especially by both rams and bills. Beckham does not have an official timetable for returning from the injury he sustained in February, but Adam Shifter from ESPN I recently mentioned that Beckham won’t be ready to play football until Thanksgiving.

But from his tweets, Beckham looked like someone who is still very interested in getting back on the field. Just two days before the match, OBJ Listed in a tweet He will sign with “Who will win Thursday” after passing new bills accelerated von Miller Recruit him around the off season And the Be sure to chat with Beckham before the match. It is also reported that rams Keep the locker open Also for Beckham throughout the off season awaiting his return to Los Angeles when he is ready to play again.

But given Beckham’s first tweet that night, it’s hard to say when that will be.

As the game went on, Beckham swung from Rams fan to Bills fan to Rams fan. He almost annoyed both teams with his interest. Or maybe he was just an ardent NFL fan watching two fun teams compete on opening night.

When Cooper Cobb caught a stunning toe touchdown to tie the match at 10-10, Beckham tweeted in glee. And when the Buffalo team went up big in the second half, OBJ seemed intrigued to join the Bills.

By the end of the game, it was clear that the Bills were a better team than the defending Super Bowl champions. Rams quarterback Matthew Stafford looked overwhelmed by the Bills defense who knocked him out 15 times, sacked him seven times and intercepted three of his passes. The Los Angeles defense couldn’t stop Buffalo’s attack either, after Josh Allen finished with 353 combined yards and four total touchdowns.

The utter annihilation of his former team doesn’t seem to help Beckham make any decisions. He tweeted his faith (and heart) in the Rams while simultaneously crowning the Bills as potential AFC Champions after one game.

But maybe OBJ is exactly what the rams have been missing out on. LA didn’t really have a second offensive weapon after Cope and certainly could have used Beckham’s playing ability (if he was healthy). Beckham had 27 passes for 305 yards and five touchdowns in eight regular season games for the Rams before adding 21 receptions for 288 yards and two touchdowns on the Super Bowl team track, which included a 2-52-1 streak against the Bengals.

Without other powerful passes, Stafford Kupp punctuated with 15 goals in the game – four more than Tyler Higbee’s tight limit and nine more than teammate Ben Skowronek. The free take of Agent Allen Robinson, who was ready to fill in shoes vacated by Beckham or Robert Woods (now with the Tennessee Titans), ended with just one 12-yard catch on two goals.

In the meantime, the bill may not need Beckham. Allen finished his career with 297 yards and three touchdown passes after spreading the ball between defenders Stevon Diggs, Gabriel Davis, Jamison Crowder and Isaiah McKenzie.

Thursday night gave Beckham a glimpse of what his future could hold. And if he wanted to lift another Super Bowl and wear another ring, he’d better choose wisely.

Odell Beckham Jr. attended. Bills-Rams match as a spectator. (Photo by Harry He/Getty Images)