OBJ's biggest problem yesterday was Eli Manning. OBJ was rolling in the 4th and Manning didn't even look at him on that last drive. Eli missed him wide open earlier in the game. Manning should have thrown 5 picks yesterday. (2 that were dropped, the one on replay) Eli was absolutely awful. I'm sick of Eli always getting a pass. His interception in the red zone was idiotic at best and throwing it up for grabs to a 4'2 3rd string rb earlier in the game was equally stupid. Bottom line, if you are a top tier QB as you are paid to be, you have to make better decisions.
It's hard to criticize professional football players for losing their temper like this, since in most cases, their temper and aggression are what they get paid for. To be a professional football player, you have to have an aggressive side. We love this aggressive side when we are rooting for our favorite team on Sunday, but when it extends off the field (or on the sideline, in this case), we are quick to criticize the players, which I believe is a little hypocritical.
He absolutely need to learn some self control. If he is acting like that on the field with millions watching what are his actions in his every day life? I don't care if they did or didn't sign up to be a "role model" they are, simple as that. Athletes have a responsibility to their fans and people do not need their kids, who look up to public figures, thinking it's just fine to have to have no self-control.
Odell Beckham Jr. needs to keep his cool. While he is an emotional player, which helps him, he needs to learn to keep it under wraps before it becomes a detriment. In Sunday's game, he lost his composure, swinging his helmet at a kicking net. This takes away from actions on the field and results in sloppiness.
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