OBJ kicks off Brady double standard argument with tweets

The Giants' All-Pro receiver, tweeting back to a follower, made mention of what he believes could be seen as a double standard in regards to Brady's outburst.

Kahron Spearman

After viewers saw New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady screaming into the face of his offensive coordinator, Josh McDaniels - on the sidelines during the Pats' 23-3 win over the Buffalo Bills on Sunday - there was going to be an inevitable discussion.

Late last night, New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. suggested, in a short series of tweets back at a follower, that there was a double standard between how media and the public considered Brady's behavior, and how similar actions by the receiver would be perceived.

Listen when I say this is the craziest thing someone ever has tweeted or posted to me because I LITERALLY had this same conversation today about the EXACT thing ur takin about it. Theres rules..and then theres rules..

Odell Beckham, Jr.
Wide receiver, New York Giants

The opinions across social media vary, from siding with Beckham, to those believing the receiver hadn't built up the cachet.