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Former LSU star and current New York Giants wide receiver nearly broke the internet again with his one-handed catch over pro-bowl cornerback Darrelle Revis on Saturday night.

Beckham Jr. couldn't get both of his feet down inbounds to complete the catch but the effort was still great.

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Beckham Jr. also laid this huge hit on Revis during the game:

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Mr. Hangover102 months
The Internet is going to make the Internet hate OBJ
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SECSolomonGrundy102 months
That might be the best noncatch in a meaningless game I've ever seen repeatedly posted on the Internet.
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LSU999102 months
Revis was using the sideline like a corner should and the play doesn't count. Revis wins.
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SamuelClemens102 months
A soph doing that to "the best" makes it a highlight
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demtigers73102 months
that's like a long foul ball, jack shite
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DEG102 months
It wasn't one handed and wasn't a catch. As much as I love OBJ, this one is overblown.
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Jcorye1102 months
So Revis left a passing window that led to a one handed reception attempt and momentum taking Odell out of bounds? Yeah, Revis did his job.
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Mulerider102 months
Revis did his job. OBJ is awesome but Revis won this battle. Incomplete pass, next!
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Wild Thang102 months
OBJ is the GOAT
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TJGator1215102 months
He pushes off and can't stay inbounds. Hardly breaking the internet, or beating Revis.
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RandySavage102 months
Haha, running out of bounds and catching the ball out bounds? Revis wins both rounds.
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Horsemeat102 months
It was an incomplete pass...so...
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Henry Jones Jr102 months
Incomplete pass. So Revis won that battle.
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wildtigercat93102 months
I wouldn't really call either one of those "schooling" but ok
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