Odell Beckham is a freak.

Odell Beckham Jr makes insane diving 1-Handed TD catch vs Washington Redskins

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Odell Beckham isn't human. He just can't be.

The New York Giants receiver, with a penchant for the spectacular, pulled another rabbit out of his hat with an incredible touchdown catch on Sunday.

The former LSU star somehow managed to pull out an exceptional diving one-handed TD grab from an overthrown Eli Manning pass to give the Giants a chance against the Washington Redskins at FedEx Field.


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On a crucial third-and-two, from just outside the red-zone, Manning took a shot into the end zone. It seemed destined to be incomplete until Beckham left the ground completely and somehow managed to snag the ball with one hand and dive in for the touchdown.

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Beckham's touchdown and the extra point cut Washington's lead down to 20-14 with just less than five minutes to play in the fourth quarter. Unfortunately, it wasn't enough as the fourth quarter closed with the Redskins still leading.

There's something about Odell and late November games. It was this time last year that the former first round pick launched himself into the public eye with THAT catch against the Dallas Cowboys.

Odell Beckham Jr is a phenom, a generational player of exceptional skill that we have been gifted by the football gods. Let's never take him for granted.

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