After the Giants lost to the Steelers this past Sunday, Odell Beckham, Jr. not only went off on a Twitter rant against people that he felt were hating on him and his team (and his grammar skills). According to NJ.com, the Giants' All-Pro wide receiver also griped about how he had addressed Terry McAulay's crew officiating during the game, and asked for an explanation about why he received a penalty. In Beckham's telling, field line judge Rick Patterson barked back, "Get out my face." Beckham stated to reporters about the exchange that it "almost feels like a disrespect thing." 

Even though Odell tweeted that the Giants are now focused on one of their biggest games of the season versus their NFC East rival Dallas Cowboys, the All-Pro wide receiver doesn't seem like he's over Sunday's loss just yet. 

On Wednesday, Beckham was asked by again reporters about the game's officiating. In the clip above, he stated, "There's not really any point in talking about it. Nothing's going to change." He continued, "You'd be sitting there, wasting your breath."

But Beckham did slide in some more shade after he was asked about Giants' head coach Ben McAdoo backing his sentiments about the refs:

"It doesn't surprise me. Like I said, everybody knows what's going on, on the field. Everybody can see it. Even Stevie Wonder can see it."

"It just, it is what it is. You can't do anything about it. There's no point. I don't know why, I shouldn't have even brought it up. It's always a lose-lose situation, bringing something up. Either you're speaking out on it, and now you're trying to defend yourself, or the other way around, and you're complaining. Either way it goes, I should have never brought it up. It's really irrelevant."

Beckham specifically referenced to an offensive pass interference call against him, which he dubbed "nonsense" and "horrible."