You can’t tackle what you can’t catch.
Odell Beckham Jr. finally got loose in the fourth quarter, and Eli Manning wasn’t going to miss. He floated a perfect pass over the middle, hitting Beckham between coverage and in open space. There was never any doubt once it was in Beckham’s hands, as he raced the length of the field for the score.
With the Monday Night Football broadcast crew in the house, Beckham paid tribute to Ray Lewis with his touchdown dance.
With his best friend Jarvis Landry on the opposite sideline, Beckham stole the show. He finished with 166 yards and now two touchdowns, with the first coming from this absurd sideline grab.
It couldn’t have come at a better time, as the Giants are fighting for their postseason lives. A loss would most likely have ended their postseason hopes, and put Tom Coughlin’s job in jeopardy in the process. A win forces a three-way tie with the Eagles and Washington, but the Giants host the undefeated Panthers next week.