Watch these five players in Sunday’s Giants-Redskins game
3. Odell Beckham Jr.
Beckham Jr. will find open spaces and find ways to outmuscle his Superman counterpart villain Josh Norman. Beckham will be effective as a distraction for Shepard who will continue to establish good quarterback-receiver rapport with Manning because of his high completion rating. Experts wonder whether Beckham will keep his composure whether or not the game is close given “that one stupid ball.”
Riggosrag.com relayed this about Norman on Beckham.
"The cornerback also had a lot to say about his running feud with New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr., including his theory that Beckham became famous over “one stupid little ball.”"
Thankfully, he looks like he can as long as he follows the Giants’ disciplinarian approach left by Coughlin’s legacy. Expect few pass interference penalties or holding calls against Beckham. As Beckham has shown in the first two games (13.3 yards per reception) the larger end-goal of winning has greater meaning than the zero-sum game with provocative players.