Odell Beckham Jr. tries to put Pittsburgh Steelers fans in their place while shoeless
It’s not his fault (or maybe it is), the Cleveland Browns and the New York Giants have losing football cultures. As the old adage goes, “you’re either coaching it or you’re allowing it to happen.” Did Kevin Stefanski draw up a game plan to allow Beckham to catch two balls for 25 yards and then take his shoes off and yell at Steelers fans from the sideline or was that allowed to happen?
This is more Jeff Fisher 7-9 B.S. than emotional support animals at the airport
There was a time when Aaron Donald took a flag and threw that piece of yellow laundry in the direction of an official. This absolutely tops that. From proposing to kicking nets to dressing up like an elf with elf cleats, we though we’d seen it all out of Beckham. To take your cleats off on the sidelines and then yell at the home team’s fans while getting your ass kicked is next-level sorry.
This is the equivalent of talking trash through a chain link fence in a youth baseball league. This is the type of quit you see in a kid playing their last season of baseball or softball at age-7, preferring to build sandcastles out of dirt than to chase after a ground ball rolling to the fence. Could you imagine what Joe Judge would do if he played for his New York Football Giants after that crap?
You’re 4-2 and not 2-4, so put your damn cleats back on and stop acting like a petulant child.