Beckham is obviously a fantastic talent. Since entering the league, he has averaged 6.6 receptions for 93 yards and 0.75 touchdowns. That’s a 106-catch, 1,488-yard, 12-touchdown pace, which would have been good enough to be the No. 1 receiver in 2017 and the No. 3 receiver in 2018. He’s changing teams, which is usually a bad sign, but in this case it’s a net positive since instead of a declining Eli Manning throwing him the ball, he’ll have an up-and-coming Baker Mayfield sending passes his way. The only caveat with Beckham is that he may miss a few games. He has missed 21 of a possible 80 games (26%) in the last five seasons, which is the same than Michael Thomas (2%), Davante Adams (8%), Julio Jones (4%), DeAndre Hopkins (1%), JuJu Smith-Schuster (6%) and Antonio Brown (5%) *combined* in the same span.