After the NFL upheld the suspension of Beckham for his reckless playtime with Josh Norman in the Week 15 game against the Carolina Panthers, little Sidney Mosley from Queens, N.Y. had a message for the benched Giants star even after two public apologies.
And he didn't mince words.
"My name is Sidney Mosley. I am from Queens, New York. I am six years old. This message is to Odell Beckham Jr. about self-control. When you are mad at someone, you do not look at them, stare at them or fight with them. You tell the referee in the game. You are the Giants' best player, Odell Beckham Jr. The Giants need you.
"You can do it. You must learn from your mistakes. All the kids are watching you. That's why you need to set a good example. Who is going to catch the touchdown from Eli Manning? You are suspended, you must learn from your mistakes. The Giants need you. You can do it! Have a good day. I pray for you, I believe in you. Have a nice day. Goodbye."
Little Sidney sounds wise beyond his years with a message we can all live by.
And to all a good night.