If Odell Beckham wants to save some time in the future, he might just want to start forwarding his game checks to the NFL. For the third time in four weeks, the Giants wide receiver has been given a hefty fine by the league.

Beckham was fined a total of $24,309 for taunting Vikings cornerback Xavier Rhodes, an NFL spokesman confirmed to NFL.com.

During the Giants' 24-10 loss to Minnesota on Monday, Beckham was flagged for unsportsmanlike conduct after having words with Rhodes after a play in the second quarter.

The Vikings got into Odell Beckham's head. USATSI

After the game, Beckham said that he believes the refs are out to get him.

"I just have to understand if I sneeze the wrong way, it will be a flag. It will be a fine," Beckham said. "If I tie my shoes the wrong way, it might be a fine or a flag. It is what it is. You have to understand that. As tough as it is to understand that for a 23-year-old who has been blessed with a lot that God has given to me -- an amazing amount of ability and amazing amount of everything -- it seems like it's all working against you."

Beckham's meltdown led to a week of bad publicity for him.

Former Giants coach Tom Coughlin says that Beckham is a distraction, while former NFL coach Jon Gruden says that the Giants need to bench their star receiver so he can "refocus."

Former Jets linebacker and current CBS analyst Bart Scott said this week that he would choke Beckham if the two were teammates.

Beckham's bank account might be mad at him, too. The receiver has now been fined a total of $72,463 on the year. Besides this week's fine, Beckham was also fined in Week 2 ($36,000) and Week 1 ($12,154).