Which wide receiver is actually worth the headache: Antonio Brown or Odell Beckham Jr.? | The Tylt

Which wide receiver is actually worth the headache: Antonio Brown or Odell Beckham Jr.?

Antonio Brown and Odell Beckham Jr. are two of the best wide receivers in the NFL, but they are also two of the most volatile. Wideouts have always been the divas of the NFL, but rarely worth the trouble if they go off the deep end. After forcing himself out of Pittsburgh, Brown is already getting groans for refusing to play with the new NFL helmets. Equally maddening and talented is Beckham Jr.. whose big mouth consistently makes headlines. Who would you rather have? 🏈

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Antonio Brown forced himself out of Pittsburgh with a trade, is out with an injury because he wore the wrong footwear in cryotherapy and now won't play if he doesn't get to wear his regular helmet, but if that kind of trouble comes with a guaranteed 100 catches and 1,200 yards, so be it.

Odell Beckham Jr. might talk a big game, but he still has a lot to prove. Whereas Brown has been arguably the best wide receiver in the league for the last six seasons—without getting into fights with kicking nets, going on vacation before a playoff game, etc.

Brown hasn't dipped below 1,284 receiving yards or 100 receptions the last six years. If anyone is worth a diva streak here or there, it's Brown.

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No receiver caught 200 balls and gained 3,000 yards faster than Odell Beckham Jr. He probably would have added a fourth straight 1,000-yard season last year if he didn't get hurt too. In only 12 games in 2018, he gained over 1,000 yards on 77 catches. Beckham has shown speed and athleticism rarely seen in the NFL. And he has a knack for passing the ball too.

Youth is also on his side as Beckham is four years young than Brown. For all of his antics and immaturity, OBJ is worth the headache.

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Which wide receiver is actually worth the headache: Antonio Brown or Odell Beckham Jr.?
#WeWantAntonio
A festive crown for the winner
#WeWantOBJ