Was This Sunday Night Football Touchdown the Greatest Catch in NFL History?


by Scott Aberdeen | Top Right Sports


If you are not watching Monday Night Football tonight, or somehow missed it. Here is a spectacular TD catch by the Giants’ O’Dell Beckham Jr. that many people are calling the greatest catch they have ever seen.

And it happened with his Cowboys defender — who earned a pass-interference penalty — draped all over him.

Oh, and did I mention he only used one hand?


And amazingly, he didn’t just use one hand, but just THREE FINGERS on that hand!


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  • JB

    It’s Sunday night.

  • Oingo Boingo

    for sure, bonus for the safe landing.

  • avnrulz

    Uh, it’s Sunday night football. Unless this isn’t the game from 23 Nov going on right now.

    • John Urban

      Corrected headline

      • Christine Mayfield

        Article still says Monday Night =)

        • MizArazi

          not now

          • ken

            Article still says it.

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  • Fatal_Frame

    I’ll go ahead and get it out of the way since everything inevitably goes there.

    Thanks Obama.

  • I wanted to watch Monday night football tonight, but my TARDIS was in the shop.

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  • Shane OBrien

    That should have been offensive pass interference! And I hate both teams.

  • charles

    if I was the other coach, i would have checked for glue…lol

  • BuddyLuv

    As awesome as it was, it wasn’t even the greatest catch in NY Giants history.

  • Curmudgeon52

    I think they should have checked those gloves for stick-um.

  • Anthony Serio

    Based on mechanics and skill level, It IS the greatest catch I ever saw, BUT……. based on its significance, I say no due to the lack of impact it played on the game or the season.

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