New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. amazingly throws the ball nearly the entire distance of the football field.
Most human beings are average. They sit at a desk in an average chair with their below-average body showing the effects of a long life worth not living (hyperbole).
Other human begins can’t relate, for they are the athletic studs of the universe.
Odell Beckham Jr. fits one of the two categories and he’s not sitting in the chair wasting away his silly little life.
On the field at UCLA (it appears), the former New York Giants stud wideout threw the ball from the goal line. It nearly flew the entire distance of the field.
“That was the whole field”
Odell LAUNCHED this ball
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— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) July 10, 2019
It landed in Detroit, Cleveland’s neighbor (even though he was in Southern California at the time).
Beckham Jr., 26, is entering his first season with the Cleveland Browns after an offseason deal that shocked the NFL world. Now paired with his college roommate, Jarvis Landry, he’ll be snagging balls coming from the direction of Baker Mayfield.
In 2018, OBJ hauled in 77 balls for 1,077 yards and six scores. Over the course of a five-year Jints career, the man who made “The Catch” against the Dallas Cowboys (no, not the real “The Catch” by Dwight Clark), put forth 5,476 yards and 44 touchdowns on 390 total receptions.
Beckham’s record-breaking first three years in the league earned him a Pro Bowl roster spot each campaign. In 2019, he’ll look to make that elusive fourth Pro Bowl after falling injured for the better part of the last two seasons.