*With the 2017 NFL season underway, former No. 1 overall pick and NFL Network analyst David Carr takes a look at all offensive players and ranks his top 15. For the first quarter of the season, the rankings are based on a combination of: *
1) Player accomplishments prior to the 2017 season.
2) Weekly performances while considering strength of opponent.
Rankings will be solely based on this season's efforts following Week 4. Now, let's get to it. With Week 2 in the books, Carr's pecking order is below.
JUST OUTSIDE THE TOP 15:
Odell Beckham Jr., WR, New York Giants: OBJ has been such a weapon since he entered the league in 2014, and the Giants desperately need him on the field. We all saw the electricity Beckham brought to MetLife on Monday night when he was involved in a play. The Giants need to get him the ball more. In Big Blue's Week 2 loss to the Lions, Beckham was targeted five times and caught four passes for 36 yards.