When did OBJ make the 3 finger catch?
Jaw-dropping grab catapulted then-rookie to stardom
On this date four years ago -- Nov. 23, 2014 -- that mark was made.
The Giants receiver bent back as far as he could and, with just three fingers, somehow snared the ball and brought it in for a touchdown. “That is absolutely impossible what he just did,” NBC announcer and former wide receiver Cris Collinsworth said of what might have been the most incredible catch in NFL history.
made an insane one-handed catch that didn't count.
Max McGee passed away in 2007. However, the unofficial Patron Saint of the One-Handed Grab would surely be pleased at how his disciples have emulated and developed the catch.
February 2022 – Super Bowl ACL injury
He has since had successful surgery. Since this is his second ACL injury, his recovery is anticipated to require up to nine months.
Former Browns WR Odell Beckham Jr. recently underwent successful ACL surgery after tearing his left ACL for the second time in two years in the 2022 Super Bowl victory as a member of the Los Angeles Rams.
Jim Druckenmiller – Hand Span 11.25
The top spot on this list goes to Druckenmiller, a backup quarterback for the San Francisco 49ers during the 1997 and 1998 seasons. Despite his brief playing career, Druckenmiller's hands spanned an unthinkable 11.25 inches, the biggest of any quarterback in NFL history.
Biggest NFL Hand Sizes and Measurements of All Time
Currently, the largest hand measurement in NFL Combine history is 11.75 inches, shared by DL DeForest Buckner, OT Gosder Cherilus, and TE Mo Alie-Cox.
1 Jerry Rice Jerry Lee Rice is a former American football wide receiver who played 20 seasons in the National Football League, primarily with the San Francisco 49ers. Rice wasn't just good at everything. He was GREAT at everything. Including hands.
The most consecutive one-handed American football catches is 84, and was achieved by Cory DelCiancio and Connor Sykes (both Canada), in Windsor, Ontario, Canada, on 22 October 2022.
How long was Odell's one-handed catch?
It happened five years ago today: Nov. 23, 2014. Beckham, then a rookie with the Giants, caught a 43-yard touchdown pass from Eli Manning early in the second quarter of a Week 12 Sunday night game against the Cowboys.
Shaquem Griffin, the only known one-handed player in NFL history, has decided to call it a career as a player.
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The sole reason that western riders ride with one hand on the reins is because the other hand is supposed to be engaged in something else. That is the entire reason. Cowboys rope.
The ACL is the most commonly injured ligament in the knee. The annual reported incidence in the United States alone is approximately 1 in 3500 people.
Most people who tear their ACL feel pain and a "pop" in their knee when the injury happens. Their knee usually gets swollen soon after the injury. After the swelling goes down, someone with an ACL tear usually can walk. But the knee may feel unstable and can "give way" and make the person stumble or fall.
Alan Shearer is probably the best example of overcoming serious ACL injury and going on to greatness. During his maiden season with Blackburn Rovers, in 1992, he ruptured the anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee. Shearer returned the following season and scored 31 goals.
David Beckham recovered from ACL injury, could play in Galaxy's game on Saturday. Published: Sep. 10, 2010, 3:49 a.m.
ACL surgery can fail, even in the best of circumstances. It is generally felt that a well-done ACL reconstruction has about a 5% chance of failure due to trauma. The most common cause of an ACL graft failure is a technical error with malposition of the original ACL reconstruction tunnels.
Cowboys. The Giants' receiving corps took a hit in Monday night's loss to the Dallas Cowboys. Sterling Shepard suffered a torn ACL during the game and will miss the rest of the 2022 season, head coach Brian Daboll announced Tuesday.
Who is the toughest QB?
- Ben Roethlisberger. 5 of 5.
- Michael Vick. 4 of 5. ...
- Jay Cutler. 3 of 5. ...
- Tim Tebow. 2 of 5. ...
- Donovan McNabb. 1 of 5. ...
- 5 Toughest Quarterbacks in the NFL. 0 of 5. Today's NFL has become an all-out passing league, a finesse league if you will. ...
According to Madden 23, Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen has the best arm in the NFL. Allen sports a throw power rating of 99 while Mahomes is second with a 97. Embrace debate. On Chris Long's "Green Light" podcast, Bills running back Zack Moss claimed Allen can sling it over 100 yards.
Tom Brady, Patriots/Buccaneers (9.375 inches)
They were merely average for someone of his 6-foot-5 stature. You would think that that would've precluded Brady from throwing 624 touchdowns and winning seven Super Bowls somewhere along the way. But, it didn't. His average-sized hands never betrayed him.
Top quarterback prospect Kenny Pickett has the smallest hands among the quarterbacks at the combine, measuring at 8 1/2 inches. They are smaller than any other quarterback in the NFL.
Taysom Hill of the New Orleans Saints currently holds this record at 8 3/4 inches. After Hill, there's a three-way tie among Cincinnati Bengals star Joe Burrow, Ryan Tannehill of the Tennessee Titans, and the Detroit Lions' Jared Goff, who all measure nine inches.
Vernon Davis is not only fast, but strong as an ox. At an NFL event, Davis ran the 40-yard dash in 4.38 seconds and squeezed 225 pounds on 33 reps. Besides being one of the NFL's strongest players, Vernon Davis is a keen bodybuilder and regularly posts his workout videos on social media.
Pierre Thomas has the highest career catch percentage, at 84.4 percent.
- Jerry Rice. In the end, there's virtually no debate that Jerry Rice is the best wide receiver in NFL history.
- Steve Largent. ...
- Randy Moss. ...
- Don Hutson. ...
- Larry Fitzgerald. ...
- Calvin Johnson. ...
- Lance Alworth. ...
- Terrell Owens. ...
- Most number of underpants put on in under one minute (done in teams of two)
- Most Smarties/M&Ms eaten in one minute using chopsticks (while blindfolded)
- Most dominoes stacked in 30 seconds.
- Most socks put on in 30 seconds.
- Fastest time to stack a 20 brick right angle LEGO tower.
What is the most one handed catches of a football in a minute?
Newton set a Guinness World Record for the most one-handed catches in 60 seconds. Newton caught 51 passes with one hand in one minute to break the record of 48 that had been set by current Cleveland Browns wide receiver Jarvis Landry and former NFL quarterback Brady Quinn.
Actor Michael B. Jordan did his best Odell Beckham Jr. impression when he teamed up with Eli Manning to recreate a well-known catch. Beckham made the famous one-handed grab in a November 2014 game against the Dallas Cowboys.
Giants quarterback Eli Manning goes deep to Odell Beckham for the 80-yard touchdown catch.
At the age of just 4, Griffin was ready to cut off his hand. His mother walked in on him with a knife in his right hand ready to cut his hand off. Griffin did not in fact cut his hand off in the end but was at a point of hopelessness. After getting his left hand amputated, Griffin still found a way to get into sports.
Sydney and Chase Brown are 23-year-old identical twins and played together for three years at Illinois. Now they are starting their NFL careers at the same time, after being selected in the 2023 NFL Draft.
Tua Tagovailoa, who was drafted in 2020, is currently the NFL's only left-handed quarterback.
believed to have suffered torn ACL in Rams' Super Bowl LVI victory over Bengals. The non-contact knee injury that cost Odell Beckham Jr. more than half of Sunday's Super Bowl LVI win over the Cincinnati Bengals is believed to be a torn ACL, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported Monday.
Named Madden NFL 16 Cover Athlete: Voting Results and Reaction. New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr., who won the 2014 Associated Press NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year back in January, added another accomplishment to his impressive resume Wednesday—cover athlete for EA Sports' Madden NFL 16.
In order to catch the ball, Beckham Jr. must jump and reach the ball at it's maximum height of 8 ft, while jumping backwards at a speed of 11 mph I might add. When catching the ball at full extension, Beckham Jr. must clench the ball when it hits his hand in 8 milliseconds.
What year did Tom Brady tear ACL?
When Brady went down with a torn ACL in 2008, Cassel stepped in and led the New England Patriots to an 11-5 record. Given Cassel's role during a key period in Brady's career, you would think Cassel would make an appearance on "Man in the Arena," a documentary focusing on Brady.
|Oct 1, 2020||NFL||Back Lower Lumbar Sprain/Pull Unspecified Grade 1|
|Oct 7, 2020||NFL||Pedal Toe Sprain|
|Oct 25, 2020||NFL||Knee ACL Tear Grade 3|
|Oct 17, 2021||NFL||Shoulder A/C Joint Sprain|
Then, the Rams won the Super Bowl, and Beckham Jr. earned all $3 million.
The three-time Pro Bowl wide receiver announced Sunday on Instagram that he will sign with the Baltimore Ravens. The deal will be worth $18 million for one year, NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, Mike Garafolo and Tom Pelissero all reported, citing sources.
Tom Brady is the all-time leader with six Super Bowl victories, followed by retired defensive end Charles Hayley with five. Several players have four rings and no one of them is still active.
The Oakley Prizm Football visor (eye-shield), worn by Odell Beckham, is built to protect your eyes from your opponent and the sun. The Oakley 'Prizm' technology helps increase contrast, block out the sun, and allows you to see the football with ease.
NFL: Odell Beckham Jnr becomes youngest ever player to grace Madden cover.
Beckham had three consecutive seasons with more than 1,300 receiving yards, 90 catches and 10 touchdowns with the Giants from 2014-2016. He was named to the Pro Bowl in each of those seasons.
Bonus: The Cincinnati Bungles
While players can earn nicknames, so too can organizations. And through years of misery, the Bengals earned themselves a nickname of all nicknames to commemorate the franchise's mediocrity. The Bungles.