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Former Florida Gator and New York Giants quarterback Jesse Palmer and fellow ESPN analyst David Pollack decided that they hadn't given enough praise to Odell Beckham, Jr.'s physics bending catch, so they decided to recreate it themselves.

By Extra Mustard
December 01, 2014

Former Florida Gator and New York Giants quarterback Jesse Palmer and fellow ESPN analyst David Pollack decided that they hadn't given enough praise to Odell Beckham, Jr.'s physics-bending catch, so they decided to recreate it themselves.

While Pollack's and Palmer's recreation may not be in-game conditions, it is certainly impressive that a retired defensive player can haul in an extremely close facsimile of the headline grabbing catch.

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After Pollack pulls in the pass, Palmer goes on to say that he does not see what all the fuss about Beckham, Jr.'s catch was about, although that critique is made with tongue firmly in cheek.

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