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- Odell Beckham Jr. found the end zone in Los Angeles once again.
- After scoring a game-sealing touchdown, Beckham celebrated with a Call Of Duty reference.
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Odell Beckham Jr. scored his second touchdown with the Rams on Sunday. To celebrate, he broke out a celebration from a famous video game.
Although Beckham Jr. was not a big part of Los Angeles’ blowout win over Jacksonville, he found pay dirt late in the fourth quarter to all-but put the game away. On 2nd-and-goal from the (less than) one-yard-line, Beckham lined up in single coverage against Jaguars cornerback Nevin Lawson.
Matthew Stafford took the snap and looked nowhere else. He immediately turned to his right and lobbed up a jump ball.
On the receiving end, Lawson never stood a chance. Beckham went up and hauled in the touchdown over his defender who never even looked back for the ball.
Finding the end zone for the second time as a part of the Rams, Beckham ran over to celebrate with his receiving counterpart Cooper Kupp. After a quick chest bump, Beckham fell to the ground as if he was injured.
He was not. Beckham broke out a celebration straight out of ‘Call of Duty.’ He crawled along the ground, pulled out a pen and self-revived himself.
JUMP BALL TO OBJ 🔥 #RamsHouse
— NFL (@NFL) December 5, 2021
If you are unfamiliar with the reference, jump ahead to the 45-second mark in the video below:
Beckham’s touchdown catch was only his second reception of the day, but he made sure to make it a big one. Ever the showman, that Odell Beckham Jr!