Odell Beckham Jr. passes Randy Moss for prestigious milestone
Odell Beckham Jr. passes Randy Moss for prestigious milestone in Week 16.
The New York Giants star receiver racked up 150 yards receiving on 11 receptions in Week 16, and in the process, he accomplished something no other wide receiver has done in their first three seasons in the NFL.
This wasn't the only NFL record Beckham reached on Thursday night. He tied Hall of Famer Lance Allworth as the fastest player to at least 4,000 receiving yards -- it took Beckham just 42 games. He also tied Moss' record of 19 100-yard games in his first three seasons in the NFL.
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Although most of the focus today is on Beckham's supposed postgame reaction, which we later debunked, records like this one make you realize how important he is to the Giants franchise and their current 10-5 record.
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