Ranking the 5 best plays in NY Giants regular season history

Dallas Cowboys v New York Giants
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1. Odell Beckham's impossible one-handed catch

This may be the most iconic play the NFL has seen in the last 50 years, especially in the regular season. The Giants may have lost this game, but the play Odell Beckham Jr. was able to record will never be replicated. Not only did this play showcase his incredible abilities, but it also inspired an entire generation of football players. At the time, every kid wanted to be like Beckham.

Beckham was already in the middle of an elite rookie season. However, this play made everyone know just how special he was going to be. The Giants were up 7-3 at the start of the second on Dallas' 43-yard line. Eli Manning faked the run and launched a missile to Beckham who despite being held badly by Brandon Carr, made an impossible catch:

This was Beckham's second touchdown of the game. While the Giants would go on to lose in heartbreaking fashion, this play will never be forgotten by anyone. The level of difficulty on this catch is just ridiculous. We'll never see another play like this recorded at MetLife Stadium.

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