The most exciting player in football has struck again.
Beckham immediately knew the catch was good even though it was originally ruled incomplete. The play was overturned on replay review, tying the game at 24 in the third quarter.
Still, it wasn't the only highlight-reel worthy play for Beckham on the night. Early in the fourth quarter, he scored on an 84-yard touchdown reception to give the Giants the lead.
Not bad for a player who missed the first offensive series of the second half after cramping forced him to make a brief detour to the locker room for an IV. Beckham said after the game he had been battling an illness last week and was having difficultly staying hydrated in the warm conditions in Miami.
Beckham ranks first in receptions and receiving yards, and second in receiving touchdowns for the first 25 games of a career.
Beckham might have added a 90-yard touchdown in the second quarter, but was called for a soft offensive pass inference penalty on a ball that was underthrown after he had Brent Grimes beat in coverage.
The second-year star has been the best player on the field on a night when Dolphins coach Dan Campbell conceded at halftime that his defense is pulling out all stops to prevent Beckham from being the difference in the game. In the end, it wasn't enough.