Giants WR Carted Off With Left Ankle Injury

Giants WR Carted Off With Left Ankle Injury

Giants WR Carted Off With Left Ankle Injury

First it was star receiver Odell Beckham Jr., down on the field in pain, close up cameras showing the anguish on his face as trainers loaded him onto a golf cart to attend to his injured left ankle.

The team's receiving corps had already been hurting, as Odell Beckham Jr. exited the Giants' Week 4 loss to the Buccaneers with an ankle injury and dislocated finger. The 0-5 Giants could be in a position to target Eli Manning's successor in the 2018 draft if they continue on this bad trend.

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The Giants' training staff brought out the cart, and he was taken off the field in tears. He led NY in catches coming into Sunday, having caught 21 of the 27 passes headed his way - far better than Odell Beckham's efficiency rate of 20 catches on 33 targets.

As for the rest of the game, the Giants blew three leads, including two in the second half.

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Late in the fourth quarter, Beckham went up for a catch, was hit in the air by a Los Angeles Chargers defender, and came down under the defender, his ankle bending underneath the defender's body.

The Giants' playoff hopes were probably gone before kickoff, but any extended absence of Marshall and Shepard would put whatever little optimism remained concerning the season's remainder to rest.

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