Even without the spectacular one-handed grabs and a host of highlight-worthy plays, it is nearly impossible to ignore Odell Beckham's standing as one of the premier wide receivers in the NFL. Since the New York Giants selected him 12th overall in the 2014 NFL Draft, he has taken up residence alongside the game's elite receivers.
After an injury ruined his 2017 campaign, all signs are pointing toward Beckham returning to full health for the upcoming season, and that has not escaped the attention of fantasy owners.
According to Fantasy Football Calculator, Beckham is the third of three wide receivers (Antonio Brown and DeAndre Hopkins) currently being drafted in the first round of (PPR) drafts, at pick 1.10. However, there are forces in play that could prevent Beckham from being the slam-dunk fantasy superstar this year that many of us have come to expect.
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