This is quickly becoming one of my "favorite" things that we do in this age of overanalyzing sports. After all - when you really think about it - is there any better way to judge the intentions of a person making a split second decision during a violent game played the biggest, fastest, and strongest players on the planet? As far as I am concerned, drastically slowing down a one second clip to a speed that can be easily understood by the average, non-athletic asshole's brain is a foolproof way to get inside the brain of a professional athlete.
Of course, you could argue that the NFL's focus on cutting down on hits to the head led to a cornerback (who is on his 2nd team in two NFL seasons after going undrafted) cutting out the legs from underneath a far superior player so as to not end up on the ass end of a play that could get him cut from the league, but what fun would that be? It's far more entertaining to act like a circumstantial hit - that admittedly wasn't textbook - was some egregious display of unforgivable violence simply because it potentially compromised the long-term availability of a player that shouldn't have even been made available to play in a game that didn't matter.
Football is a sport that is predicated on superhumans hitting each other as hard as they can, but that doesn't mean we shouldn't look to blame someone each and every time that results in an unfortunate injury! We - as NFL fans - must avenge Odell Beckham's temporary pain....even if it requires us to vehemently cast stones at the character of a fringe NFLer that made a play that wasn't even deemed worthy of a fucking flag.
Sidenote: Skip Bayless was definitely doing what he gets paid handsomely to do (trolling) when he said this...
...but you're lying to yourself (or a Giants fan) if you say the very same thought didn't at least cross your mind. Judging by the following sequence of events, there was a good reason it did...
If you think otherwise then you should be clamoring for the termination of a training staff that was so unconcerned about the status of one of the most important players on the team that they let him lay writhing in pain with a nationally broadcasted camera in his face for a full 30 seconds before coming to his aide. Either you admit that Odell Beckham was being melodramatic (as he is absolutely known to do), or you've accepted that his body has the healing power of 'Deadpool'.