Odell Beckham Jr. is the master of one-handed catches.
His incredible one-handed catch versus the Dallas Cowboys last year was inarguably the catch of the year, and he’s shown he practices one-handed catches all of the time.
On Sunday versus the Buffalo Bills, Beckham came down with another incredible one-handed catch… unfortunately, it didn’t count as Beckham landed out-of-bounds.
Nonetheless, it showed off Beckham’s otherworldy athleticism and coordination:
While Beckham was having a quiet game through three-and-a-half quarters, with just 37 receiving yards and no touchdowns, he did set another historic mark: most receiving yards in a player’s first 16 games.
Since Beckham missed the first four games of his career with a hamstring injury, his red-hot run since Week 5 of last season has only been the equivalent of one whole season.
Given Beckham’s age, we’re sure to see plenty more spectacular highlights from one of the youngest, most exciting players in the NFL.
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