Practice makes incredible.
Sure, some otherworldly ability helped Odell Beckham Jr. make "The Catch" and other show-stopping plays last season as a rookie. But they also happened because of countless hours of preparation, turning the not-so-easy into routine come game time.
The Giants wide receiver, along with former LSU teammate and Dolphins wideout Jarvis Landry, recently gave everyone an inside look at such workouts before they go their separate ways later this month and report to their respective training camps.WATCH BECKHAM JR. CATCHES
Posting clips of each other on Instagram, the two close friends were seen back in the "lab" -- as they call it -- taking turns catching passes from a JUGS machine and doing so from every angle imaginable: forwards, backwards, sideways, laying down, one hand, two hands.
It was just like old times for the 2014 draft picks, who used to challenge each other during Tigers practices in Baton Rouge. And it was why no one in the LSU program was shocked to see Beckham make his backwards, fingertip catch against the Cowboys in primetime.
Now we'll have to wait until Week 14 this season to see what the young playmakers have cooked up for "Monday Night Football" when the Dolphins host the Giants
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Posted by In Reese We Trust on Tuesday, July 7, 2015