Cleveland Browns wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. has been flexing a strong watch game this season. The man wore a wildly expensive Richard Millie timepiece — usually valued at over $200,000 — during this weekend's game against the Tennessee Titans.

This specific watch is a Richard Mille 11-03 McLaren Flyback, an automatic flyback chronograph that has been decked out in the Cleveland Browns' signature orange colorway. Previously, OBJ has worn it on the ESPYs red carpet, paired with a Prada Linea Rossa vest, and on the cover of Sports Illustrated's NFL Preview 2019 issue.

OBJ has also been clocked wearing the wildly expensive watch during a game practice session. Wearing it during an actual game, however, is a different case entirely, and one that hasn't gone unnoticed by fans, with many taking to Twitter to comment on the fact he's got the price of a small house on his arm while smashing around the pitch.

Take a look at a few of the best reactions below.

The craziest flex

Imagine being that rich

He takes the cake

He got the drip

His team may have lost...

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