2. Houston Texans
This is a really intriguing destination. The Texans are clearly a team on the rise with a prolific young quarterback in Deshaun Watson and an exceptional receiver in DeAndre Hopkins. While Will Fuller V has shown promise as a secondary weapon, adding Beckham here would turn the Texans offense from a Mazda to a Ferrari.
Houston has to maximize its roster while Watson is on a cheap rookie deal for the rest of the decade, allowing the team to splurge on this type of move. The Texans also fit the profile of a team that plays in a large city with good weather, things that both should appeal to Beckham. On the cap front, the Texans have $34 million in cap space, so coming to the table with a major offer should be without a hitch.
The only reason that Houston isn’t even higher on this list is the lack of draft capital. The Texans traded their first and second-round picks this year to get Watson and to get rid of Brock Osweiler, which means the Giants must be willing to accept either young players and/or 2019 picks.
Houston would have to be even more creative than Seattle here, but it’s possible.