Odell Beckham Jr. may have thrown more than he caught on Sunday.
Several Bills players told The Buffalo News that Beckham threw "multiple punches after the whistle" in the Giants' 24-10 win and described the Pro Bowl receiver as a "prima donna" and the league's "golden boy."
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"A guy like that, you expect him to be a stand-up guy, but I guess it is a part of his game," said Bills safety Duke Williams, who claims to have gotten punched by Beckham after Eli Manning's fourth-quarter interception. "He likes to throw cheap shots here and there and gets away with it. I guess it's his thing."
"I don't know what's up with him," Bills cornerback Stephon Gilmore said. "He acts like nobody's supposed to hit him and you're supposed to let him catch the ball. He's weird. He gets mad when you play physical with him . . . He's a prima donna. He feels like he's on top of the world and nobody's supposed to do anything to him."
The Bills were flagged for 17 penalties in the game. Beckham had just five catches for 38 yards, one of his least productive games in the NFL.
"His world is based on hype and that one catch," said Gilmore, who claims Bills teammate Sammy Watkins is a better receiver than Beckham. "Everybody sees that, everybody knows him for that [catch] and people don't really look at the film and watch him and really don't know what type of player he is. He's good but he's not what people think after that one catch."
Osi, Snee ring inductions
DE Osi Umenyiora and G Chris Snee will become the first players who won both Super Bowls XVII and XLVI to be inducted into the Giants Ring of Honor on Sunday. "It is special, because I think it was a great era," Snee said. "To be the first two from quite an accomplished decade is special."
Also being inducted is longtime trainer John Johnson and Jack Lummus who played just nine games for the franchise in 1941 before enlisting in the Marines. Lummus was mortally wounded on Iwo Jima in 1945 and was a posthumous recipient of the Medal of Honor.