New York Giant’s star Odell Beckham Jr. is not being portrayed in too fond of a light Monday following an embarrassing game on Monday Night Football, statistically the worst of his career.
It wasn’t just the lack luster stats that headlined the WR’s night, back rather his immature actions on the field that serve as a major distraction, not to mention directly costing the Giants in penalty yards.
The media ran with that such story, but there’s another one that was missed one that wasn’t caught on television cameras – and it’s nothing short of awesome.
Following the National Anthem sung by JoJo ahead of the the Giant’s matchup vs the Vikings at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minnesota, Beckham stayed behind and shook the hand of every single military service member who was a part of the on-field performance. He was the only player out of all 106 from both teams to do so.
When asked on it, Beckham told Sporting News, “The line was a little long. I didn’t know. I got halfway through it and I had to ask one of them, ‘How many is y’all?’ He said, ‘There’s a lot of us.’ I said, ‘Well, I really appreciate what y’all do.’”