Rookies are leaving a big impact on the NFL so far this year with the Oakland Raiders, Minnesota Vikings and Jacksonville Jaguars are all currently employing rookie Quarterbacks.
The Cleveland Browns employed their own rookie Quarterback in Johnny Manziel on Sunday but there may be one rookie who is eclipsing them all.
New York Giants Wide Receiver Odell Beckham Jr has certainly been amongst the most praised rookies this year.
Since his incredible catch against the Dallas Cowboys many have praised it, some have claimed to do better and some have claimed that it wasn't that good.
Either way the rookie is making headlines and now he has been caught on camera showing that he could easily have also make a kicker in the NFL.
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A video has been uploaded on the social media service Vine which shows just what skill Beckham has with his feet.
With the ball in his hand, Beckham throws it so that it is spinning on the ground, he then kicks it through the goal posts.
Kick the bal without a holder or a tee from over 30 yards, Beckham makes a field goal that most NFL kickers would be proud of look easy.
Perhaps his skills should be utilised more by the Giants who are without doubt in desperate need of a win.
The Giants are currently on a seven game losing streak following their dramatic loss at the hands of the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday.
The Giants were 21 points up against the Jaguars but still managed to lose the game 25-24 in Florida.
Scoring 21 points in the second quarter, the Giants were looking good to get their first win in six weeks but they quickly fell apart.
Beckham tried everything to get the Giants to the win, including taking a chance at running the ball himself.
Beckham had one rush gaining four yards and seven receptions totalling 90 yards throughout the game.
It just wasn't enough however as Beckham didn't get a touchdown and couldn't drive the Giants to end the worst losing streak in the NFL right now.