Teams are lining up for Odell Beckham Jr., the contract that could nfl cheap jerseys nike change everything and the NFL’s next great rivalry. All of this and more in this week’s 10-Point Stance.

1. The market for OBJ

The Giants probably won’t trade receiver Odell Beckham Jr., but if they did, there would be a massive market for him. Teams would line up to pay both the high-round draft picks to get him and a huge new contract once they did.hi-res-77d46a5a3a473d78e2f46ee64dbd694d_crop_north

That’s according to sources from several teams, who say the league views Beckham far differently than the Giants do. Other teams see him as nfl nike jerseys for cheap  worth the trouble. In fact, they don’t see Beckham as much trouble at all.

The Giants say they intend to keep Beckham, which is likely the case. However, two sources whose teams have been in contact with the Giants told B/R that they weren’t as definitive about keeping Beckham as they have been in public. Without question, the sources say the Giants are open to business when it comes to Beckham.

Editor’s Note: Per ESPN’s Adam Schefter on Wednesday, nike nfl jerseys wholesale cheap the Giants are reportedly asking for at least two first round picks in any potential trade.

Few receivers in the past 10 years—perhaps ever—have possessed Beckham’s raw abilities. The NFL’s best receivers today are Antonio Brown, Julio Jones and Beckham. His numbers speak for themselves:On the field, the Giants would be far worse witho cheap nike nfl jerseys paypal ut Beckham. His loss would cripple the offense. The Giants are a four- or a five-win team sans Beckham. That’s the biggest reason they probably won’t trade him. Emphasis on probably.

Off the field, Beckham has been a petulant baby. He was suspended for a bad hit and a brawl with Josh Norman. He was fined for pretending to urinate like a dog while celebrating a touchdown. He’s been called a “prima donna.” He punched a net nike cheap nfl jerseys . He punched a wall. He was recently caught in a compromising video.

Robert Kraft on Drafting a QB: ‘Obviously at Some Point We Have To’

New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft knows the team will cheap nfl nike jersey have to figure out a long-term answer at quarterback with Tom Brady turning 41 in August.

Per ESPN’s Mike Reiss, Kraft acknowledged during the NFL’s owners meetings that drafting a quarterback is something the Patriots need to consider:

“I’m going to put my fan hat on, and obviously at some point we have to. Not just that, but think what happened in the ’08 season when in the first quarter against Kansas City, Tom [Brady] goes out. How many people would have said that Matt Cassel would have led us to an cheap nike nfl jerseys wholesale 11-5 season? I put my faith and confidence in Bill [Belichick]. He knows his responsibilities. Anything can happen, even if Tom comes in [and is in] tip-top shape.”hi-res-f7df9277c4df0019dd9fea622c9eb7f5_crop_north

The Patriots have not shied away from drafting quarterbacks. Jacoby Brissett (2016), Jimmy Garoppolo (2014) and Ryan Mallett cheap nfl nike jersey (2011) were all selected by the team within the first three rounds.

Mallett appeared in four games during the 2012 season but never started a game before being traded to the Houston Texans in 2014.

Garoppolo and Brissett started four games to begin the 2016 season when Brady was serving a suspension for his role in Deflategate. The Patriots won three of those four games en route to winning Super Bowl LI with Brady back under center. cheap nfl jerseys china nike

The Patriots dealt Brissett to the Indianapolis Colts prior to the start of last season, and Garoppolo was traded to the San Francisco 49ers on Oct. 30.

New England’s current quarterback depth chart features Brady nike nfl jerseys cheap china and Brian Hoyer. There’s no indication Brady, even at the age of 40, is slowing down. He was named the NFL MVP last season after leading the league with 4,577 passing yards.