October 12, 2020 | 2:14pm
The year 2020 has been a nightmare for most, but to Odell Beckham Jr., “it’s just like all the stars have aligned.”
The Browns wide receiver has played a key role in Cleveland’s impressive 4-1 start to start this season. Coming off a three-touchdown performance in Week 4 against the Cowboys, Beckham caught five passes for 58 yards and completed an 18-yard pass to tight end Austin Hooper in the Browns’ 32-23 win over the Colts Sunday.
Beckham believes things are really starting to come together.
“I have a tattoo that has a barcode, and it says, in this order, ‘Two thousand, a hundred and twenty.’ And it really stood for 2,000 yards, 100 receptions and 20 touchdowns,” Beckham said on CBS, via the Akron Beacon Journal. “But it starts and ends with 20 and 20, and I had been talking about 2020 for so long. It’s just like all the stars have aligned.”
The Browns haven’t gone 4-1 to start a season since 1994 when Bill Belichiick roamed the sidelines. But in a rather competitive AFC North, the Browns trail the Pittsburgh Steelers (4-0) and the Baltimore Ravens (4-1), while the Cincinnati Bengals sit at 1-3.