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We all know how talented New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. is. The one-handed catches, the ability to do trick kicks, the hair, and the occasional big-yardage end-around. And now he's throwing touchdown passes? 


It's just not fair. 

On the season, OBJ has as many touchdown passes (two) as former Pro Bowler Tyrod Taylor as well as Sam Bradford, Blaine Gabbert, and Matt Barkley. He has more TD passes than Josh McCown and Nathan Peterman and former Pro Bowler Nick Foles.  

He has two more touchdown passes of 40+ yards than his teammate Eli Manning. His two TD passes of 47-plus yards are also more than Tom Brady, Cam Newton, Patrick Mahomes, Jared Goff, and Andrew Luck. 


OBJ is the first non-QB with multiple TD passes since Antwaan Randle El in 2010. 

​​Consider this: Peterman has played in four games this year, attempting 88 passes, and Beckham has more fantasy points as a passer than he does. Beckham also has a perfect completion percentage (2-for-2) and 158.3 passer rating this season. 


Of course, we are having a bit of fun here on Monday since Beckham is amazing and we feel the need to talk about him all the time. It's also not a bad way to shine a light of optimism on a Giants team that has fallen short of expectations, even with Beckham and Saquon Barkley playing at an elite level


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