It appears Odell Beckham Jr. is losing sleep about his ranking among today’s NFL players.
Beckham, who has posted back-to-back 1,000 yard seasons and has the most receiving yards through his first two years as a professional in NFL history, came in at No. 10 on the NFL 100, a list ranking the top players in the NFL, as voted on by NFL players.
Beckham, who was No. 32 in last year’s poll, did not seem to agree with the assessment. Beckham was the third highest ranked receiver, behind Pittsburgh Steeler Antonio Brown and former alabama wide receiver Julio Jones.
10? Hmm. #BuckleUp
— Odell Beckham Jr (@OBJ_3) July 7, 2016
Hours after the results came out, Beckham still had the ranking on his mind. So at 3 a.m., Beckham posted an Instagram video of himself going to work out. In the video Beckham says, “They don’t want it like I want it.”
Cam Newton, who won the MVP last year, came in at No. 1 on the list. The rest of the top 10 went: Tom Brady at No. 2, J.J. Watt at No. 3, Brown at No. 4, Adrian Peterson at No. 5, Aaron Rodgers at No. 6, Luke Kuechly at No. 7, Jones at No. 8, and Rob Gronkowski at No. 9.