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Who's really worth $20 million per year: Odell Beckham Jr. or Antonio Brown?

The New York Giants made Odell Beckham Jr. the highest paid wide receiver in the league, paying him an average of $20 million per year in the first three years of his extension, starting in 2019. Some feel Beckham deserves to the be the highest paid receiver because he is the fastest player to 200 receptions and 3,000 yards in NFL history. Others think Antonio Brown deserves it more since he hasn't had a major injury or been a distraction like OBJ. What do you think? 🏈

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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. Beckham has shown speed and athleticism rarely seen in the NFL. He deserves to be the highest paid wide receiver in the league.

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Beckham might talk a big game, but he still has to prove it. Whereas Antonio Brown has been the best wide receiver in the league for the last four years—without getting into fights with kicking nets, going on vacation before a playoff game or generally being a distraction like OBJ. 

Brown hasn't dipped below 1,284 receiving yards or 100 receptions the last five years. If anyone deserves to be paid $20 million a year, it's Brown.

FINAL RESULTS
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Who's really worth $20 million per year: Odell Beckham Jr. or Antonio Brown?
A festive crown for the winner
#BeckhamTheBest
#BrownTheBest