Odell Beckham Jr. Breaks World Record For One-Handed Catches

by Adam Smith
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Ladies and Gentleman: There’s a new world record-holder for most one-handed catches made in one minute. You probably didn’t know that such a record existed, but it does, and Odell Beckham Jr. now owns it. The Giants wide receiver made 33 one-handed catches in 60 seconds on Thursday, obliterating the old Guinness World Record of 10. Seriously.

The previous record was 10. Beckham tripled it. Here’s a six-second clip of Beckham making 14 of his catches, which alone would’ve been enough to break the record. To break the one-handed catch record, Beckham had to have someone throwing him passes and that someone turned out to be Saints quarterback Drew Brees. Brees didn’t seemed surprised that Beckham broke the record, but he did seem kind of surprised that Beckham finished with 33.

Brees didn’t seemed surprised that Beckham broke the record, but he did seem kind of surprised that Beckham finished with 33. “It’s unreal,” Brees said, via ESPN.com. “He’s a special talent. To be able to do it with him is really cool.”

Although 33 one-handed catches is impressive, Brees won’t be surprised if someone or someone’s mom eventually comes along and breaks the record. “I figure everybody and their mom is going to try to break that now,” Brees said of the record. “There’s going to be some YouTube heroes out there.”

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