Odell Beckham, Jr. is an All-Pro diva
The entire Giants fanbase suffered a simultaneous heart attack last night when Odell Beckham took a shot to the leg and had to leave the preseason game against the Browns. At first, the injury appeared severe, and Beckham made it look worse when he melodramatically collapsed on his way to the locker room to get evaluated.
It turns out Beckham only had a sprained ankle and ended up walking out for the second half like nothing happened, despite vying for the Oscar with his dramatic tunnel performance. Add this to knocking over kicking nets, proposing to kicking nets, boat trips, and the verdict is in: he’s the NFL’s leading diva.
Beckham is a freakish talent, but his constant dramatics are exactly why Colin would never build his team around OBJ, and would gladly trade him for a bedrock left tackle.
Colin sees Beckham as the guy that goes to a party with a boa constrictor wrapped around his neck because he’s addicted to attention. You don’t build championship NFL franchises by building around ‘Look at me guy.’
McGregor/Mayweather’s biggest draw is the possibility of a miracle upset
The public is heavily betting on Conor McGregor to win against Floyd Mayweather, even though most objective people think he has almost no shot to win. Colin thinks McGregor will get dominated, but pointed out that many will tune because the slightest possibility that McGregor can pull of what would be one of the biggest miracles in modern sports.
Even though there is just better the a zero percent chance McGregor pulls it off, it still gives people hope and a reason to watch. At this point, it’s one of the only things drawing eyeballs to the fight.
Doug Gottlieb – FS1 Analyst and host of The Doug Gottlieb Show is in-studio to discuss OBJ drama; if Zeke should be hanging out on a boat;
Victor Ortiz – Former WBC World champ is in-studio to talk Mayweather/McGregor; what he took away from his Mayweather fight; if McGregor attacking Mayweather is a bad strategy.
Joel Klatt – FS1 College Football Analyst is in-studio to talk Heisman favorites; and his guarantees for the 2017 season.
Vince Young – Texas Longhorn legend and Titans quarterback is in-studio to explain what advice he would give young NFL quarterbacks; if he enjoyed college or pro football more; and why Colin should watch G.O.T.