OBJ is 50-50 for Sunday

AP

Giants receiver Odell Beckham Jr. will play on Sunday. Unless he doesn’t. Literally.

Per a source with knowledge of the situation, Beckham is believed to 50-50 to play with an ankle injury suffered last month in the preseason against the Browns.

This likely means that Beckham, who hasn’t practiced on Wednesday and Thursday, will be listed as questionable on Friday’s injury report. The question then becomes whether he’ll make the trip with the team to Dallas on Saturday.

If he’s not going to play, it makes no sense to drag him to Dallas when he otherwise could be getting treatment in anticipation of playing in Week Two. Unless the Giants intend to perpetrate the ruse that he’s playing, forcing the Cowboys to prepare for him when in reality they won’t be.

8 responses to “OBJ is 50-50 for Sunday

  1. OVERRATED.

    26th in NFL = Dallas Cowboys PASS Defense

    25th in NFL = Washington Redskins PASS Defense

    13th in NFL = Philadelphia Eagles PASS Defense

    Could he play against weaker defenses?!?
    Well… maybe… the NFC South.

  2. He’s not going to play. If he’s only 50-50, he can’t really make cuts so he won’t be able to get in an out of his routes. You need your ankles and feet to be 100% to be an effective wide receiver.

  3. doctorrustbelt says:
    September 7, 2017 at 8:16 pm
    OVERRATED.

    26th in NFL = Dallas Cowboys PASS Defense

    25th in NFL = Washington Redskins PASS Defense

    13th in NFL = Philadelphia Eagles PASS Defense

    Could he play against weaker defenses?!?
    Well… maybe… the NFC South.

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    Great logic. Then how overrated is Brady, going up against the pathetic AFC East every year? The very definition of “overrated” by your standards.

    You can apply your pathetic “standards” to pretty much any player.

  4. “Then how overrated is Brady, going up against the pathetic AFC East every year? The very definition of “overrated” by your standards.

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    Well… tom brady is overrated due to being protected from fair play hits by officiating, getting free pass interference penalties on clean defensive plays, the weak PASS Defenses of AFC East… and… finally… cheating.

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