New York Giants: 10 things we learned last season

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Nov 23, 2014; East Rutherford, NJ, USA; New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham (13) catches a touchdown pass over Dallas Cowboys cornerback Brandon Carr (39) during the second quarter at MetLife Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Adam Hunger-USA TODAY Sports

7. Odell Beckham Jr. is A Once In A Lifetime Player

One of the most frustrating things about last season was that with Odell Beckham Jr. stomping onto the scene the Giants couldn’t have a winning season. What Beckham Jr. did last season was truly indicative of the great career in front of him. He is one of those rare players that makes the difficult look easy and the impossible look possible.

While it is important to realize that he is a young player and not blow his rookie performance out of proportion, it is also important to realize that he is well above the what anyone thought he would be. Nobody is saying that he is Jerry Rice and nobody is saying that he’ll have that kind of career. What I am saying however is that he is a special player with a great career in front of him.

Barring serious injury, I don’t know if there is anything that can stop Beckham Jr. He was clearly the best player the Giants had to throw the football last year and he still managed to catch over 90 receptions. Once he made that incredible one-handed catch-you know the one that I’m talking about- he wasn’t going to surprise anybody. Defenses knew that he was their top priority and they still couldn’t prevent him from putting up big numbers.

This is a player that will put up impressive numbers every season of his career. What we know about Beckham Jr. is that he has an unbelievable amount of talent. Every time he steps onto the football field you want to see the crazy feat he can accomplish next.

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