With a reception against Josh Norman, New York Giants superstar Odell Beckham Jr. becomes the fastest player to 200 career catches.
All the guy does is set records.
With one reception in Sunday’s game against Josh Norman and the Washington Redskins, New York Giants stud wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. became the fastest player in NFL history to reach the 200 reception plateau.
OBJ accomplished the feat in just 30 career games.
200 catches. 30 career games.
The fastest player to 200 receptions in NFL history. ???, @OBJ_3 #WASvsNYG pic.twitter.com/Haj5gyr0TP
— NFL (@NFL) September 25, 2016
So far on the day, Beckham’s hauled in two Eli Manning balls for 44 yards. The Giants lead 21-16 with touchdowns coming from Sterling Shepard, Shane Vereen and Orleans Darkwa.
New York seemed to be in full control of the contest until Kirk Cousins found burner DeSean Jackson on a 44-yard post for a huge score.
Unlike 2015, we’ve seen nothing involving the matchup of Beckham and Norman. It’s been pretty status quo. Then again, there’s an entire second half left to be played.
The only play of note was this bizarre scene when Norman carried a deking OBJ through the air: