Odell Beckham fractures ankle on gruesome injury, could require surgery

But for the Giants and and OBJ, an already disastrous season just got much more disastrous. Beckham was hurt late when Casey Hayward pinned his ankle making a tackle after an incomplete pass. He rose for the catch then came down awkwardly, his leg appearing to get caught under cornerback Casey Howard.

Beckham was carted off the field, in tears, and was reportedly taken directly to the Giants' X-ray machine.

The Giants were left severely shorthanded.

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OBJ suffered an injury to the same ankle during the preseason, and missed the first game of the season because of it. With the Giants falling to 0-5 after the loss to the Los Angeles Chargers, it would be surprising if Beckham played again in 2017.

Giants receiver Brandon Marshall won't be back today, but the news is not necessarily bad. The Chargers did, and Henry's spike following his 25-yard touchdown reception helps sum up how bad the team needed this win. A botched snap that was flung out of the end zone by Rivers gave the Giants a safety and Orleans Darkwa scored on a 23-yard run.

Brandon Marshall was carted off after suffering a left ankle injury midway through the second quarter at MetLife Stadium.

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