Beckham caught 10 of 16 targets for 100 yards in Sunday's 24-14 loss at Pittsburgh. The Steelers did a good job on Beckham in the first half, bottling him up for just one reception on a single target. He was able to shake free a bit more in the second half, with the Giants in comeback mode, although he was held out of the end zone for the second time in his last three games. He'll have a tough matchup next week against a solid Cowboys' secondary.
Beckham (thumb) didn't land on Wednesday's injury report. In a game in which Beckham hauled in six of 11 passes for 96 yards and two touchdowns, he also took off 12 of the Giants' 56 offensive snaps Sunday in Cleveland. Part of the blame can be placed on a thumb injury, but his services weren't entirely needed in the eventual 27-13 victory. He'll now set his sights this Sunday on a Steelers defense that has given up 14 YPC and three touchdowns to wideouts over the last four outings.
Beckham briefly left Sunday's game against the Browns with a thumb injury, according to the New York Post, but was able to return and finished with six catches (on 11 targets) for 96 yards and a pair of touchdowns. Beckham appeared to be in some discomfort as he went to the sidelines for a period of time, but he showed no signs of the issue while hauling in touchdown passes of 32 and four yards that helped his team to a decisive victory. He also returned three punts for 35 yards and had a special teams touchdown called back for an infraction on the play. Beckham did not reach the end zone for the first four weeks of the season, but he has eight touchdowns in his last seven games and should be heavily involved once again next week in a favorable matchup against the Steelers.
Beckham caught five of his seven targets for 46 yards Sunday against the Bears. The Giants simply weren't aggressive down the field Sunday and were content to sit on a six-point lead for the entire fourth quarter. As a result, Beckham didn't see a ton of work, and what he did see was mostly in short areas of the field.
Beckham caught 10 passes (on 11 targets) for 97 yards and a touchdown in Monday night's win over the Bengals. Beckham pulled in all but one of the passes thrown his way Monday, when he once again led the Giants in all receiving categories. In fact, his 10 receptions marked a season high, and surprisingly was his first double-digit catching performance since Week 17 of his 2014 rookie season. Beckham's night was highlighted by an excellent double move that resulted in a 10-yard touchdown to end the second half, continuing his recent streak of finding pay dirt. To that point, Beckham has now scored all six of his touchdowns this season over the Giants' past five games, making him an increasingly dangerous threat ahead of this Sunday's tasty matchup against the Bears.
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