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Odell Beckham shares his true feelings about the New England Patriots

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Every week, no matter who they are playing, it seems like the focus of everyone is always on New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr.

This week he is preparing to face the 8-0 New England Patriots in a rematch from Super Bowl XLVI being played at MetLife Stadium.

Beckham desperate to beat New England?

It is another clash between Tom Brady and a member of the Manning family but this time the Patriots quarterback is playing the brother who tends to have the edge over him.


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Sunday's game between the Giants and Patriots will indeed be star studded, from Brady to Eli Manning, Rob Gronkowski to Odell Beckham Jr, the game should be a very eventful one.

Beckham has been revolutionary for the Giants and ahead of his first career clash with the Patriots, he has shared his true feelings on one of the most controversial franchises in NFL history.

Speaking about the Patriots, Beckham said:

"There's something about it I admire. But it's still one of my least-favorite favorite teams of all time."

Beckham is probably not alone in his dislike of the Patriots but the second year receiver did try to pay a lot of respect to his upcoming opponents.

"I respect everything that they've done and everything they do year in and year out as far as being one of the top teams in the league. They get the job done, they win championships. But on the other end, they've beaten all the teams that I like."

With the Patriots having beaten every team Beckham likes, that is a fair reason for his hatred of him, but some fans may have other reasons.

With Spygate, Deflategate and constant rumours of dirty tactics at Gillette Stadium, the Patriots are arguably one of the least liked teams in the NFL.

Love them or hate them, the Patriots' success is undeniable and with them currently 8-0 and Brady looking like a strong candidate for the MVP award, could they be set to add more success to their record in 2015?

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