Three teams are at the forefront of the Odell Beckham Jr. Sweepstakes. The wide receiver is scheduled to meet with the New York Giants, Buffalo Bills and Dallas Cowboys in the coming days.

Beckham has been linked to several teams during his free agency. There had been rumors that Beckham might land with the Kansas City Chiefs or re-join the Los Angeles Rams. Now that the receiver is reportedly cleared to play, his potential destinations have seemingly been narrowed down to the NFC East rivals and the defending AFC East champions.

Where will Beckham sign for the remainder of the 2022 NFL season?

If one team makes a significantly more lucrative contract offer than the other two suitors, Beckham will probably go to the highest bidder. The Rams reportedly gave Beckham a one-year contract worth up to $4.25 million last season. The three-time Pro Bowl selection turned down offers that would've only paid him the veteran minimum.

Let's assume that the Cowboys, Giants and Bills offer Beckham similar contracts. What Beckham values the most as far as football is concerned will determine his destination.

If the most important factor is being a No. 1 receiver, the Giants could be the easy choice. New York might have the weakest receiving corps in the entire league, and that was true even before Wan'Dale Robinson suffered a season-ending injury. Darius Slayton's 476 receiving yards are the most of any healthy Giants' player, and Richie James is second with 280 yards.

Beckham would automatically become Daniel Jones' top target. Playing in New York could allow Beckham to put up impressive stats that will help him earn a better contract next offseason.

Buffalo and Dallas both have better quarterbacks with much more dynamic passing offenses. Stefon Diggs is Josh Allen's top target in Buffalo. By joining the Bills this late in the season, Beckham could be the fourth option behind Gabe Davis and Isaiah McKenzie. CeeDee Lamb is the best receiver in Dallas, but Beckham could conceivably surpass Michael Gallup as Dak Prescott's second-most reliable target.

The Bills offer Beckham the best chance to win another Super Bowl. Buffalo has the second-best odds to win the championship and was only surpassed by the Kansas City Chiefs as the favorites just a few days ago. After losing to the Chiefs in back-to-back postseasons, the AFC playoffs could come down to another meeting between Buffalo and Kansas City.

The Bills beat the Chiefs earlier this season. Buffalo owns the tiebreaker over Kansas City and is only a game back in the standings for the No. 1 seed.

The Cowboys are also well on their way to the playoffs. Because the Philadelphia Eagles have a win over Dallas and a two-game lead in the NFC East, the Cowboys might have to win three playoff games in order to reach the Super Bowl.

In a relatively weak NFC, the addition of Beckham could arguably make the Cowboys as strong as any contender in the conference. Dallas leads the league in sacks and has the No. 2 scoring defense. Adding Beckham to an offense that led the NFL in total yards and points scored a season ago would make the Cowboys a difficult out in the playoffs.

There's also the allure of playing for America's Team. One of the biggest names in football, Beckham might be the perfect Dallas Cowboy.

The Giants are long shots to make a deep playoff run. Beckham might only have a small role on a talented Bills' offense. Since he already owns a Super Bowl ring, Beckham is less likely to pick a team based solely on their chances of winning a championship.

Between his possible role on the Cowboys and their potential to make noise in the playoffs, Dallas makes the most sense for the free-agent receiver.

Prediction: Cowboys sign Odell Beckham Jr.

Odell Beckham, Los Angeles Rams
Odell Beckham Jr. #3 of the Los Angeles Rams reacts in the final moments of the fourth quarter against the San Francisco 49ers in the NFC Championship Game at SoFi Stadium on January 30, 2022 in Inglewood, California. (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images