Giants WR Odell Beckham Jr. Greets Randy Moss in hilarious manner
New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. has established throughout his career that he has a bubbly personality that he has seen him put himself in some hilarious situations with cameras to capture his actions. Beckham Jr. was at it again as he picked an opportune time to give a bit a playful greeting toward Hall of Famer Randy Moss prior to Monday’s game against the Atlanta Falcons.
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It turned out to be the perfect opportunity to show Randy Moss some respect in a funny manner by mimicking the infamous touchdown celebration that he had done directed at the Green Bay Packers fans during the 2004 playoff game when he was a member of the Minnesota Vikings. He was able to capitalize on the moment with Moss’ chair on ESPN’s Monday Football set turned facing the field to where the 25-year-old made his way over right in front of him.
This is a homage to a play that has forever been linked to Moss, as it was a part of the outspoken personality that he had on and off the field. In many ways, Odell Beckham Jr. shares those qualities, which has also become a major part of what has made him one of the most exciting players in the league to watch on a weekly basis. This was also just a chance to pull a fast one on the Hall of Famer in the perfect moment.
Beyond that, Beckham Jr. has proven to be one of the league’s top wide receivers, like Randy Moss was in his day. He put this on display on Monday during the 20-12 loss to the Falcons, where he made eight catches for 143 receiving yards and a touchdown for the Giants. This has added to yet another highly productive campaign currently ranking third with 53 catches, fourth with 649 receiving yards, and eighth with 92.7 receiving yards per game. This has him on pace to record 121 receptions for 1,483 receiving yards and five touchdowns.