Browns’ Freddie Kitchens gives indications of dissatisfaction over Odell Beckham’s play-calling scrutinize

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Beckham condemned the Browns for avoiding Stephon Gilmore, yet Kitchens feels unique

Cleveland Browns mentor Freddie Kitchens may have given the primary indications of disappointment toward star wide collector Odell Beckham Jr., which is a piece of life when a group with all the preseason publicity the Cleveland Browns had sits with a 2-5 record. The Browns’ season is a long way from being done, yet Beckham communicated more want to get expanded targets following a 27-13 misfortune to the New England Patriots Sunday.

Beckham said he felt like Cleveland didn’t “challenge as much as they should have and the Browns “shied away” from Gilmore because of an inquiry to the Browns’ wide beneficiary having only five gets for 52 yards on seven focuses with Gilmore covering their. Kitchens didn’t feel a similar way Beckham did, rejecting the inquiry rapidly at their Monday question and answer session.

“Odell had seven balls thrown to him,” Kitchens said, via Pro Football Talk. “He caught five of them. I am not responding to that. We need to win a football game. That is what I am worried about.”

Beckham has persevered through a baffling season with only 34 gets for 488 yards and a touchdown through seven games, averaging 14.4 yards per get. They has only two 100-yard games this season, one which he has recently alluded to dissatisfaction over the absence of targets.

Sunday’s remarks were the ones that seemed to disturb Kitchens, particularly since the objective rate has come up once more. During their residency with the Giants, Beckham scrutinized their offense’s play approaching numerous events under different play guests (Ben McAdoo, Pat Shurmur).

“I think we kind of shied away from it,” Beckham said after the game Sunday. “I was expecting and looking forward to it, but that wasn’t the case today. We had a couple plays, but for whatever reason we didn’t do as much challenging as we talked about. Other than that whatever came my way, pretty much I caught. Whatever opportunities I had I made the most of them. You can only control what you can control.”

On the off chance that the Browns keep on losing, Beckham’s disappointment could heighten since they are not playing admirably and Cleveland is on track to miss the end of the season games for the seventeenth straight year. For the time being, it’s simply dissatisfaction all around as the Browns are bearing a disillusioning season – a more serious issue than anything Beckham is vexed about.

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