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Odell Beckham Jr. showed he is getting back to his best with a stunning display for the Baltimore Ravens on November 16.

Having missed all of last season with a serious knee injury, the numbers Beckham Jr. scored for the Ravens look even more impressive, considering he was sidelined for such a long amount of time. It’s only the second time since Week 6, 2019, that the Louisiana-born star surpassed the 100-yard mark when he appeared for the Los Angeles Rams in 2021 and scored 113 yards in the NFC Championship Game victory against the San Francisco 49ers.

Back in Form

Beckham Jr. was clearly delighted with his display for the Ravens after putting the hours in to return from injury and declared: “It’s been a long time coming. Been a lot of hard work.” There was a moment following his final catch and run that OBJ, who remains hugely popular with NFL fans, required medical attention on his shoulder, but fans will have been delighted to see him continue and hear that he was in good condition following another standout performance. “Early on in the season, I was hurting,” he admitted. “I couldn’t be myself. I didn’t have the explosion. I couldn’t move the way that I wanted to and I don’t think people really knew what I was dealing with.” OBJ’s upturn and improved form have led fans and NFL experts to discuss the fact he may be back at the peak of his powers following his lengthy lay-off. After all, he has been putting in some stunning displays, and it seems he is slowly returning to being one of the top players on the field.

Lamar Jackson Link-Up

The 31-year-old, who joined the Ravens in April after also being linked with the New York Jets, showed off some solid link-ups with Lamar Jackson and the quarterback is looking forward to developing a partnership with OBJ in the offense going forward. When asked if he believes he and Beckham Jr. have started to click on the field, Jackson said: "Yes, I believe so. As we keep going, keep practicing, keep getting better each and every week, and him to keep doing what he's doing, I feel like our chemistry's going to be skyrocketing."

Beckham Jr.’s return to fitness and form has come at an important time, with star tight end Mark Andrews unlikely to play again this campaign after injuring his ankle. In what is a blow for the Ravens, OBJ’s availability has certainly softened the blow.

Backing Brilliant Beckham Jr.

The Baltimore Ravens are next in action when they travel to take on the Los Angeles Chargers before hosting the Los Angeles Rams. The team will then face the Jacksonville Jaguars before playing the San Francisco 49ers.

NFL fans and bettors keen to back the Ravens and Beckham Jr. following his comeback can check out to compare and assess different operators and platforms. By looking at different sportsbooks, players can stay updated with the Ravens’ form, secure sign-up bonuses, and also look at the odds for the biggest games involving Beckham Jr. and Co. It’s important to take the time to study the different offers so that you can make smart and informed decisions when placing wagers on the NFL and OBJ.

Should Beckham Jr. continue this fine form, the Baltimore Ravens could add to their victory over the Cincinnati Bengals and are a team to keep an eye on this NFL season.

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