Odell Beckham Jr. has something to say about his place on the NFL Top 100 list

Why Odell Beckham Jr. Was the Top Rookie of the 2014 Season

It's another day in the NFL and it's another day where a player is upset with a subjective list that has no bearing on how they will perform on the field. Yet, that hasn't stopped New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. from being upset about his position on the annual NFL Top 100 list.

Beckham came in at No. 10, which all things considered is a great spot, but he was not the top wide receiver on the list. Anyways, this made Beckham Jr. take to Twitter like most athletes and let everyone know what he thought of his spot on the list.

First of all, it's good that he wants to be better and not considered less than any other receiver in the game, but No. 10 is a great spot to fall on and he actually ended up higher than his nemesis Josh Norman.

Still, Beckham Jr. is gunning for that No. 1 spot and the only way for him to get there is to continue to do the things that he is doing and for the Giants to become a playoff team again in the NFC.

He has an ability to make the ridiculous plays and if he can get better with age, he might finally get the spot on the list that he actually desires.

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