101 Rec, 1,367 yards, 10 TDs

Odell Beckham’s Jr.’s catch was one of the only bright spots of the Giants’ mediocre 2014 season (for example, that highlight came in a losing effort against the Cowboys). After two more seasons of Eli Manning’s too frequent carelessness under center, fireworks mishaps, and middling running backs, Beckham Jr. has become one of New York’s most reliable stars. A dream concatenation of brilliant route running and hands, Beckham Jr. has managed to become the fastest receiver in history to achieve 3,500 receiving yards and 200 receptions, not to mention the list of other accomplishments that may deserve its own Wikipedia page soon. And he’s still just 24 years old—NFC East’s secondary is in for years of torment if he stays focused and healthy.