Must Watch: Odell Beckham Jr. Makes The Most Unlikely Catch In The History Of Football

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With plays like these, the Beckham name one day might be famous because of Odell and not some soccer player.

At least a couple of times every season, the media declare a great – but nothing more – piece of play as the greatest ever. Call it knee-jerk reactions or bait to attract fans, but whatever it is, it happens.

This time, however, it's different.

In the game against the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday, New York Giants receiver Odell Beckham Jr. made a one-handed 43-yard catch from Eli Manning for a touchdown – while unbalanced and falling backwards.

Instead of justifying why it is possibly the greatest catch of all-time, we'll let the video clip of the play do all the talking.

Crazy, isn't it?

What makes Beckham's catch even more outstanding is that he caught it with two fingers and a thumb.

As insane as this play was, there have certainly been signs that in Beckham the Giants have a special, special talent. Earlier this month, he had wowed everyone by doing this in the warmups:

 

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