The last time we saw Beckham, he was channeling his inner Daniel LaRusso and trying to make a high flying tackle, thus tearing his ACL in the process. Once the most feared player in all dynasty leagues, Beckham faces the most pivotal season in his career. After dominating the NFC in his first five seasons with the Giants, OBJ has simply looked lost in the Cleveland offense and the Browns have actually performed better when he hasn't been on the field. Beckham has the talent to re-emerge as a weekly fantasy threat, but he has an uphill road to climb in a run-first offense that likes to spread the ball out. At WR36, there's some value to be had here for dynasty owners willing to take a calculated gamble.