Giants WR Odell Beckham Jr. is tired of losing, and hopeful Big Blue's stagnant offense can come alive.
"I don't remember the last time I won a game was," Beckham said Thursday. "Maybe some cards or something, but not an NFL football game. I haven't won one in a long time. It's definitely not a good feeling, not something you come here to do. You don't come here to lose, you just don't."
After a big Week 1 performance during the Giants' loss to the Jaguars, Beckham was largely shut down during their Week 2 loss to the Cowboys, catching four passes for 51 yards while being targeted just nine times.
And Beckham thinks he and the Giants' offense should be able to erupt soon.
"I feel personally, I could score two touchdowns every game," Beckham said. "I feel like Saquon (Barkley) could score two every game. There are other people on this team who could score every single game. That's over 35 points. It's just a matter of executing it and making it happen, really. But it doesn't seem out of reach for me in my mind, I don't want to win 24-21. I'm trying to win 52-18, whatever they score. Zero. Nobody said it had to be close."
While Beckham is aiming high, the Giants have scored 25 points or more just once since Nov. 27, 2016.
They'll try to change that when they face the Texans in Houston on Sunday at 1 p.m.