Odell Beckham Jr. passionately defends claim he has issues with Eli Manning

OBJ was quick to clear up any presumed issues he has with Eli Manning

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These two are known for providing fans with one of the best plays in NFL history. That's right, we're talking about Eli Manning and Odell Beckham Jr. No one will ever forget that primetime showdown vs. the Dallas Cowboys, where Manning laid it out deep, and OBJ somehow reeled in a one-handed grab.

It was arguably the best play in NY Giants history, and a top moment for both of these guys too. However, Beckham and Manning's time together didn't last as long as people would have hoped, with OBJ being traded to Cleveland and Manning not lasting much longer as the starter.

Recently, though, people have made their way to social media to claim Beckham, a free agent after being released by the Ravens, bashed Manning on his way out of town. You think Beckham was going to see that and let it slide? Not a chance.

Odell Beckham Jr. clears up the air on any issues with Giants legend Eli Manning

Open and shut case. Giants fans are flooding Beckham's replies with positive responses, as they want to make it clear they haven't forgotten about his playing days in East Rutherford. Beckham was brought in last offseason for a visit, but he ended up signing with Baltimore.

Now that he's a free agent again, some Big Blue supporters are calling for Joe Schoen to give him a look, but that seems unlikely. Despite that, it shouldn't take away from the fact that Beckham will go down as one of the most electric playmakers the Giants ever featured.

He and Manning were able to create magic together on countless occasions and their relationship on the field seemed strong. Was it perfect? No, but people still smile when they see their old Super Bowl commercial recreating the iconic scene from Dirty Dancing.

Come on, that's gold. As Beckham said, he loved and still loves Manning. Again, both of their careers in NY didn't end the way people wanted it to, but the respect they have for one another isn't going anywhere.