Odell Beckham hopes it's not greatest catch of all time

From the moment Odell Beckham Jr. channeled his inner Spiderman, snagging a touchdown on a play physics would almost certainly deem an impossibility, the question was where it ranks in the Pantheon of greatest football catches?

Some, like LeBron James and Victor Cruz, immediately declared it the greatest catch they'd ever seen, but the rookie hopes that both superstars are proven wrong.

"I hope it's not the greatest catch of all time," Beckham said per the team's official website. "I hope I can make more."

With his easy leaping ability and sticky hands we can't argue with that.

"I guess I have to thank my mom for the long fingers," Beckham continued, explaining the catch. "Her hands are maybe half an inch shorter than mine. I know I felt it on those three fingers and tried my best to pull it in."

The rookie receiver said the catch didn't mean as much without the win. However, teammates were aglow with praise following the contest:

"He's a phenomenal talent," said safety Antrel Rolle. "It's something that he works on each and every day. He works on it in warmups, so for him it's just another day in the park. For us, it's live. He's a playmaker, he's hungry, he has a lot of passion for the game. I don't see one guy stopping him."

"That kid is going to be really special," running back Rashad Jennings said. "I was saying that in OTAs. That doesn't surprise me. That is the best catch I've ever seen on the field. I was on the sideline, I looked, and thought we were playing a video game. That was a great catch."

"As long as he stays healthy, he could potentially be one of the greatest to ever play the game," said veteran Mathias Kiwanuka, per ESPN.com.

The praise is piling up high for a rookie, which we are absolutely buying.

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