OBJ will be missing his fourth straight game.
This season has been a year to forget for the New York Giants. They currently sit dead last in the NFC East thanks to an abysmal record of 5-10. Adding to these woes is wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr.'s quad injury which has forced him to sit out the last three games. According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, OBJ will miss a fourth straight game on Sunday, meaning his season has come to an end.
Beckham was having a pretty good season for the team until his injury. In 12 games he registered 1,052 receiving yards on 77 receptions and added six touchdowns, according to Sports Illustrated. He even threw for two touchdowns of his own, which was a big help to the Giants as quarterback Eli Manning has struggled at times this season.
The Giants take on their divisional rival, the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday in a game that could determine who wins the division. Although for the Giants, the game is meaningless considering they have already secured the last spot in the division.