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Odell Beckham Jr feels the revenge of the kicking net

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Odell Beckham Jr is one of the best young players in the NFL right now, with the talent to be at the top of his game for a long time to come.

If Beckham can keep up the excellent start he has made to his career, the New York Giants star could find himself in the Hall of Fame and in best ever discussion by the time he hangs up his cleats later down the line.

But that doesn't mean the wide receiver doesn't have his less than graceful moments. And one of them occurred today. Scroll down to check it out.


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Odell and his Giants faced the Washington Redskins and after another disappointing drive in the game, Beckham decided to take his frustrations out on the Giants kicking net. It didn't go well for him.

The annoying thing for Beckham is that to go with how embarrassing that video is, which is absolutely going viral right now on social media, but also how much it probably hurt. 

Those nets have to be pretty sturdy to absorb the power of NFL kickers smashing balls into them from close range and OBJ just felt the full force of them directly on his ear, head and neck.

Despite this unfortunate moment, Beckham had a pretty good time of things against the Washington defense. The wideout caught five balls for 88 yards and should've found the end zone but didn't. The Redskins came out on top overall, winning 29-27 at MetLife Stadium.

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