Odell Beckham Jr. dominated during his homecoming to MetLife Stadium Monday night as his Cleveland Browns dominated the New York Jets.
Beckham wowed with a scintillating one-handed grab down the right sideline on the Browns’ opening possession. Then in the second half, he roasted New York’s defense on an 89-yard touchdown reception — the longest touchdown of his career.
That scoring play also set a new NFL mark for speed, as NFL’s Next Gen Stats pointed out he hit 21.70 MPH on the run after his catch.
To Gregg Williams’ chagrin, Odell Beckham Jr. is the definition of a “dynamic playmaker.”