Odell Beckham Jr. did it again.
The second-year wide receiver made an incredible one-handed catch in practice Saturday, burning defensive back Josh Gordy off the line of scrimmage and then cruising down the left sideline before reaching out with his left hand to pluck the ball out of the air.
It wasn't quite as sensational as the catch that put Beckham on the superstar map against the Cowboys last year, but it's a play that seems to be becoming more and more routine for him.
Routine, but still amazing.
"That guy can catch anything you throw at him with one hand pretty much at this point," fellow receiver Victor Cruz said after bemoaning his own failed attempt at a one-hander in the practice. "Who knows, maybe one day he'll be catching slants with one hand and hitches with one hand. It'll just be remarkable."
Tom Coughlin was not as impressed.
"Two hands, please," he said. "Two hands on the ball, thank you very much.''
Cruz laughed when he was told of those comments.
"Coach is old-school," he said. "If we had an extra hand to put on the ball, he'd want three hands on it."