Dez: More Giants should have Beckham's passion

Beckham first got things started on the wrong foot when his very public trip to Miami proved to be media fodder and ultimately a distraction for his team leading up to the Wild Card Game against the Green Bay Packers.

New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. brought along his high school coach, Nelson Stewart. He also had three drops in the game, and was hard on himself afterwards, allegedly punching a hole in the wall at Lambeau Field.

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"You want to talk about him because you just don't understand him, his whole mindset, the way he goes about the game", Bryant said.

"You want to criticize him".

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From his in-season tussling with a kicking net on the sideline to the overblown pre-playoff boat trip, Beckham is under the microscope more than any National Football League player. Bryant is four years older than Beckham, but they both have November birthdays - Nov. 4 for Bryant, Nov. 5 for Beckham - and Beckham said they are "Scorpio brothers" after the Giants' Week 1 win over the Cowboys.

"I think it's time for him to do that", Reese said. "I could probably look back in my texts and there were times when stuff's going down and I'll be like, 'Let's try and do this and be better at this.' We're always a work in progress". Entering his fourth season, Beckham Jr. believes the best is yet to come. "Y'all like to criticize us for the little insane things, but that's why we have each other, to keep each other lifted and to keep each other going".

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