More details on the severity of Beckham's injury are still to be announced, but it's probably safe to assume his surgery will force him to at least miss next week's game against the Denver Broncos (3-1) on the road.
We will continue to update this post with more information and the latest updates regarding Odell Beckham's injury as they become available. No matter the diagnoses of each in the coming days, the Giants appear to be in the market for help at the position in the short and long term.
According to early reports, he'll have surgery on what could be a broken fibula. Could squeaking out a win against the similarly terrible, fellow winless Charger ever erase all the things wrong with the Giants exposed this season, ever replace the frustration and despair of these dashed expectations with hope for something better? Ingram would recover, and three plays later, Philip Rivers would connect with running back Melvin Gordon for a game-winning touchdown.
The injury itself is also making the rounds, with Twitter Docs estimating he'll be out for the season. Needless to say, the vibe on #GiantsPride got much worse.
With the Giants up 22-20 and trying to clinch their first win with just over four minutes remaining, Eli Manning threw a ball high to Beckham, who landed on his left foot and twisted underneath a hit by Chargers DB Casey Hayward.