Thursday Night might be a Super Bowl preview for the 2022 NFL season, as the Buffalo Bills play at the Los Angeles Rams at SoFi Stadium.

The defending Super Bowl champion Rams gained wide receiver Allen Robinson but lost edge rusher Von Miller, who signed with the Bills back in March.

Miller's viewed as the missing piece of a potential Super Bowl championship roster in Buffalo. He comes from the Rams, who were in it until the end in re-signing Miller.

If you have been following Bills news lately, especially social media, then you likely know about the fact that Von Miller has been (likely) actively recruiting wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. to Buffalo.

OBJ is a free agent and is recovering from ACL surgery. He likely wouldn't be ready tp play until November at the earliest but many think he will either re-sign with the Rams, where he ended last season, or with the Bills and reunite with Miller.

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OBJ took to Twitter on Tuesday and teased the fact that he would sign with whoever won Thursday night's NFL Kickoff game...

Rams reporters have stated the team has left a locker open for Beckham Jr., with his name plate, which could mean he would choose the Rams once healthy enough to start practicing.

There's no doubt that Odell Beckham Jr. would want to play for a contender and there really is no better two options for both familiarity and fit than the Rams and Bills.

I doubt Thursday's final score would be the deciding factor on who he signs with, but you never know...

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