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Wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. continued his historic rookie campaign on Sunday, and now he's up for another Pepsi Rookie of the Week Award.
In the Giants' 24-13 win over Washington, the first-round draft choice became the first rookie in NFL history with at least 12 receptions, 140 receiving yards, and three touchdown catches in a game.
Over the past seven games, Beckham's 61 catches are the most ever in the NFL by a rookie in such a span, and his 866 receiving yards are the second-most by a rookie over a seven-game span (920 yards, Bill Groman, Houston Oilers, 1960). Beckham now has at least 90 receiving yards in seven consecutive games, extending his NFL rookie record. The all-time record is nine consecutive games by Dallas' Michael Irvin in 1995.
Fans can vote for Beckham through Friday at 3 p.m. ET. The winner will be announced later that day on NFL Total Access on NFL Network and on NFL.com.
Here is a look at the Week 15 nominees:
Odell Beckham Jr., New York Giants
Beckham caught 12 passes for 143 yards and three touchdowns in the Giants' 24-13 win over the Washington Redskins.
Jeremy Hill, Cincinnati Bengals **
Hill rushed for 148 yards on 25 attempts with two touchdowns in the Bengals' 30-0 win over the Cleveland Browns.
Chandler Catanzaro, Arizona Cardinals
Catanzaro converted all four field goals (23, 44, 51, 46) in the Cardinals' 12-6 win over the St. Louis Rams.
C.J. Mosley, Baltimore Ravens
Mosley had seven tackles and a sack in the Ravens' 20-12 win over the Jacksonville Jaguars.
De'Anthony Thomas, Kansas City Chiefs
Thomas had 156 punt-return yards, including an 81-yard punt-return touchdown, in the Chiefs' 31-13 win over the Oakland Raiders.
WR Kelvin Benjamin (Panthers)
Weeks 2, 7 & 8
WR Sammy Watkins (Bills)
CB Kyle Fuller (Bears)
Weeks 4 & 13
QB Teddy Bridgewater (Vikings)
Weeks 5 & 6
RB Branden Oliver (Chargers)
RB Jeremy Hill (Bengals)
Weeks 10 & 11
LB Chris Borland (49ers)
WR Odell Beckham Jr. (Giants) **Week 14
QB Derek Carr (Raiders)
View photos from Odell Beckham Jr.'s record setting day vs. Washington