The Cleveland Browns look like one of the AFC's stronger teams through five weeks, dropping games to only the surging Los Angeles Chargers and reigning conference champion Kansas City Chiefs.

However, Odell Beckham Jr., who missed the first two games of the season, is once again struggling to carve out a leading role in the team's offense. The wide receiver has just nine catches for 124 yards and no touchdowns in three appearances.

Though Beckham wants to be more than a decoy for Cleveland, he's excited to be a member of a potential Super Bowl contender.

In his first season with the Browns in 2019 following a blockbuster trade from the New York Giants, Beckham racked up 1,035 yards and four touchdowns - solid numbers that still fell significantly short of his peak with the NFC East club.