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Odell Beckham Jr's proposal to kicking net is the best celebration of the NFL season

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The ongoing saga between Odell Beckham Jr and the kicking net has been something to behold in recent weeks.

It all started a few weeks ago, when the New York Giants wide receiver threw something of a temper tantrum after an Eli Manning interception and lashed out at the kicking net on the Giants sideline, which backfired spectacularly as it ended up hitting Beckham in the head.

Then things got better, with Beckham celebrating a touchdown last week by hugging the kicking net in a bid to make up. Yesterday, things went to a new level entirely.

The Giants took on the Baltimore Ravens at MetLife Stadium and came out of the contest with a 27-23 victory that was sealed by Beckham hauling in an Eli Manning pass for a 66-yard touchdown with less than two minutes left on the clock.

OBJ was clearly delighted after the TD and, after a brief celebration with teammates, went straight to the kicking net and proceeded to win the internet.

Beckham got on one knee in front of the net and proposed, capping off a modern love story for the ages. Check it out here...

Here Beckham is on one knee...

And it seems like the kicking net said yes judging by this embrace...

Congratulations to the happy couple. We're very glad to see Odell enjoying his football again, especially seeing as the Giants stroll into London this week to take on the Los Angeles Rams at Twickenham.

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