Beckham caught 4-of-12 targets for 104 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 27-26 loss to New England. Beckham was held in check after scoring his 87-yard touchdown on the second offensive play for the Giants, as CB Malcolm Butler did a pretty good job on the star wideout. It looked like Beckham caught the game-winning touchdown in the final two minutes of the fourth quarter, but Butler slapped the ball away from him at the last moment. The Giants had to settle for a field goal after a few more shots at a touchdown, and Tom Brady ultimately led the Patriots to the game-winning field goal with one second left. The second-year wideout hasn't been quite as dominant as he was in his rookie season, but he's still producing at an incredibly high level, with 63 receptions for 863 yards and eight touchdowns. He and the Giants will be on a bye next week, so make sure to take him out of your starting lineup.
Beckham snagged nine passes off of 17 targets for 105 yards in Sunday's win over Tampa Bay. He fumbled the ball out of bounds in the fourth quarter The 17 targets were the second most Beckham has seen in his brief career. The young superstar is on pace to top all of his impressive rookie marks this season and his seven touchdowns are good for second in the league. During the game Beckham made a bit of NFL history, becoming the fastest player to reach 150 career receptions.
Beckham (hamstring) hauled in 8-of-9 passes for 130 yards and three touchdowns in Sunday's 52-49 loss to the Saints. Eli Manning and the Giants passing offense came alive in this one, and Beckham was unsurprisingly the beneficiary. The second-year receiver out of LSU is as talented as they come, and this performance could very well be the start of another hot streak after he registered just 35 yards last week. Beckham is liable to go off at any time as long as his hamstring isn't bothering him too much.
Beckham (hamstring) is active Sunday against the Saints. Beckham's hamstring has been an issue for most of the season, but he was able to practice fully all week and will face off against a Saints defense allowing 7.9 YPA this season, the third-worst mark in the NFL.
Beckham (hamstring) is listed as probable for Sunday's game in New Orleans. A full practice participant throughout the week, Beckham seems to be moving past the hamstring issue that's bothered him for much of the season. He may be shadowed by standout cornerback Delvin Breaux, but even with the surprising rookie playing at a high level, the Saints have given up a ton of big pass plays this season.
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