In a Week 12 showdown in 2014 between the Dallas Cowboys and the New York Giants, the Cowboys came out victorious, but no one remembers that now. All everyone wants to talk about from that game was the ridiculous touchdown grab made by rookie Odell Beckham Jr. in the first half. The play became known as "The Catch", and although reporters still want to talk about, not everyone else does.

Cowboys cornerback Brandon Carr was the victim of this catch, as he matched up with Beckham one-on-one when the receiver ran a go route down the right sideline. On Wednesday, nearly 10 months removed from when the play happened, reporters asked Carr about the play again. He decided that he had enough with their repetitive inquiries.

"You're pissing me off with these questions," Carr told reporters from the New York Post.

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2014 was certainly not a banner season from the defensive back who signed a five-year, $50.1 million contract with the Cowboys in 2012. Despite playing in all 16 games, Carr recorded no interceptions and allowed six touchdowns in coverage. Opposing quarterbacks had a 116.6 rating when targeting Carr in coverage, per Pro Football Focus. He wasn't benched, but he probably should have been.

"I'm sick of talking about it a year later. It's old. I don't want to talk about no more, but y'all [media] just keep bringing it up, though. I'll just go out and handle it, though. I've been through a lot."

There is no denying that Beckham made one of the most amazing catches in NFL history. Although Carr is sick of hearing and talking about it, he did not refuse to give credit where credit is due.

"It was a great grab. Kudos to him. I just bounced back and continue to play. That's all I do. And answer these questions a year later."

Carr was rumored to be on the chopping block this offseason after he refused to take a pay cut, but the Cowboys kept him around. After premier cornerback Orlando Scandrick was lost for the 2015 season with a torn ACL suffered earlier in the offseason, they are probably happy with the decision they made. Carr should see a lot of Beckham on Sunday night when the two match up again in prime time.

(h/t New York Post)