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30. New York Giants

Will the New York Giants regret trading Odell Beckham Jr. to the Cleveland Browns since the wideout’s best years in the NFL still appear to be ahead of him?

After all of the drama from a year ago to reward Beckham with a hefty new deal, it was absolutely shocking to see the Giants trade their former star wideout the way they did, mainly because the argument can be made that New York could have received more from the deal.

No matter who ends up being the eventual successor to Eli Manning under center since the veteran quarterback isn’t getting any younger, the attractive factor about joining a team like the Giants was the opportunity to work with Beckham and Saquon Barkley on offense.

Barkley may still be part of the picture after an impressive rookie campaign, but the loss of Beckham leaves New York with a huge void in their receiving corps, one of which can arguably be viewed as irreplaceable.

Even if the Giants deserve some credit for landing Jabril Peppers as part of the deal involving Beckham, it’s still amazing to think about how this scenario played out since the wideout seemed like he was going to be around in New York for the long run.