Odell Beckham says he’s just chasing the GOAT. The Giants wide receiver, who is recovering a from a season-ending ankle surgery, fired up his Twitter account early Monday morning to say he’s being held to a double standard after Tom Brady’s outburst from the Patriots sideline on Sunday. Brady exploded at longtime New England offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels early in Sunday’s 23-3 win over the Bills. After an incompletion on a 3rd-and-11 play, the quarterback walked past McDaniels before turning around to yell at him. Incensed, Brady then took off his helmet to lash out some more. Shortly before 3 a.m. Monday, Beckham quote-tweeted a post by Twitter user Sean Lyric, who cited Brady’s blowup — and its supposed justification as mere “passion” from the man viewed by many to be the "Greatest Of All Time" — as an example of how the Giants star has been mistreated.
Odell Beckham defends his ‘passion’ in Twitter rant, claims double standard after Tom Brady sideline outburst
New York Daily News | Dec 4