Ben McAdoo, the coach of the Giants, made it clear that Odell Beckham due to ankle injury would be out for the season. Beckham sustained this damage when in the fourth quarter when he was trying to catch a pass thrown by Eli Manning his quarterback but unfortunately landed on his foot and Casey Heyward; Chargers cornerback had to roll up on his join, thus he would need private health care. Lucky for him, he has great private health insurance.
After the nasty fall, Beckham was taken off the field on a cart and later left the stadium with a boot on his foot. Shortly after the match, the Giants announced his injury which due to the impact of the fall on the same ankle he hurt in a preseason match against the Cleveland Browns.
Beckham’s injury seemed as if it’s a worst-case scenario would be getting a private medical insurance when to got his healing left ankle rolled up under a defender of Chargers and bent terribly. Afterwards, the panicked Chargers defenders signaled the medical staff of the Giants onto the pitch. Beckham who was already sobbing was carted away from the field and taken into the locker room. That meant the end of the season’s game for him. Beckham already had a great game before his injury had made a touchdown and five balls for 97 yards. He had 48-yarder score where he severely burned Casey Hayward.
His fibula was broken, and there was possible ligament damage. His injury was similar to that of Tyler Lockett’s 2016 injury; therefore he would need the assistance of his private medical insurance for treatment. This is no surprise judging from the ugly way he fell; his foot was bent frighteningly.
Although Beckham is expected to recover fully, his coach McAdoo didn’t say the precise timeline in a conference call on Monday. After his private health care, he ought to be ready for the opening games of next season. The all-world talent will be featuring in his 5th professional campaign with an average of 14.1yards per catch, and scoring 38 touchdowns in 47 games.
His operation will be conducted in a week’s time. He is now transferred to the injury reserve where at the very least he is expected to miss eight games meaning that he won’t be able to make it before the end of the season. The coach stated that although the injury was a big blow for everyone, they are not going to rush their crucial player back to the team. However, the good news is that the odds of his full recovery are incredibly high. Therefore, he would be ready to play in 2018.