Ahead of the Cleveland Browns' Monday night matchup against the New York Jets earlier this week, Odell Beckham Jr. took the field with a watch on his wrist, but it wasn't just any ordinary watch. Or was it? Does anyone really care? 

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After images of Beckham's translucent timepiece turned up on social media, reports quickly surfaced that he was actually wearing a $2M Richard Mille 56-02 Tourbillon Sapphire, of which there are only 10 in existence. However, London-based watch media site Watch Anish has since claimed that OBJ's pre-game accessory was nothing more than a "horrible fake."

The site offered a breakdown of the watch on their instagram story, giving specific details of how it differs from an authentic Richard Mille watch.

Per Watch Anish:

"The fake is horrible. Material is plastic not sapphire. Case shape is wrong. The movement is a $20 Miyota made in China. In the original the movement is fully skeletonised and transparent. In this fake look at the huge ugly round bridge and rotor. It's like comparing a Bugatti to a wheelbarrow."

Check out some screen shots from their IG story below, including comparisons with an authentic RM 56-02 Tourbillon Sapphire.

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