Odell Beckham had his way with the Cleveland Browns on Sunday. Six catches, 96 yards, two touchdowns and a long punt return touchdown called back on a holding penalty. He could have had an even bigger day if not for Eli Manning under-throwing wobblers when he was wide open.
To celebrate his scores, Beckham did the thing LeBron James does with the chalk and whatnot before Cavaliers games. The game was played in Cleveland, so it’s … topical? Localized? Beckham explained it after the game to ESPN.
“I guess you’ve got to do LeBron twice. It’s his city,” Beckham said after his first-career game in Cleveland. “So it’s just great. I told him, ‘Hey, I got something for you if I get the chance to score.'”
If Beckham were really creative, he would have handed the ball to the official and let him get like 30 feet from him. Then he should have chased down the official and mimicked blocking a shot as he jumped over the official. Then he should’ve run to the sidelines and pointed at Trevin Wade. Why him? Because he wears No. 31, and the Warriors blew a 3-1 lead in the NBA Finals to the Cavaliers.