Odell Beckham had a historic second half for Giants in Week 6

Odell Beckham Jr. racked up 211 of his 222 receiving yards in the second half of the New York Giants' 27-23 win over the Baltimore Ravens.

According ESPN's Adam Schefter, this tied him for the second-most receiving yards in a half by any receiver in the past 30 NFL seasons.

Beckham's performance was also one of the best in the history of the Giants' franchise. Only Del Shofner has had more receiving yards (269) in one game than Beckham's 222 in Week 6. Shofner accomplished that feat more than 50 years ago.

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Beckham finished the game with eight receptions for 222 yards and two touchdowns, including scoring strikes of 75 and 66 yards. He was unstoppable in the second half and completely took over the football game.

Beckham has topped 100 yards receiving in 17-of-33 career games and he has 10 games of 140 yards receiving or more -- the most of any player in NFL history over their first three seasons. He still has 10 games left to play in 2016 as well.

Beckham now has the fifth-most receiving yards (581), the 10th-most touchdowns (3), the 11th-most yards per catch (16.6), and the fifth-most targets (61) in the NFL this season.

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