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Giants’ Odell Beckham Jr. kicks out at Rams player, huge brawl ensues

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Odell Beckham Jr. has had an incredibly impressive first season in the NFL. But while he goes about his business of catching balls and scoring touchdowns, his attitude is starting to piss off his opponents.

There was no better example of that than on Sunday when the St Louis Rams and Beckham’s Giants went head to head in a huge brawl that resulted in four players getting ejected, three from the Giants. 

Beckham caught a pass from Eli Manning before he was hit late by Rams’ linebacker Alec Ogletree on his way out of bounds. It’s understood that Beckham kicked Ogletree while he was on the ground, resulting in a huge fracas, according to NFL.com

Odell Beckham is to blame

NFL officiating expert, Mike Pereira, gave his verdict on the whole situation in a video piece, which was posted on his personal Twitter profile during the game.

The post includes footage of the incident, and Pereira offers his interesting take on the huge brawl, with the former NFL Vice President of Officiating blaming the incident on Beckham’s excessive celebrations earlier in the game. 

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