The #New York Giants announced that top receiver Odell Beckham Jr. will undergo surgery on his fractured left ankle at some point this week and will be sidelined for the rest of the season. Giants coach Ben McAdoo made the confirmation, saying “it's a sad situation. It's fair to say his season is over.” Beckham sustained the season-ending injury with four minutes in the fourth quarter of their 27-22 loss to the Los Angeles Chargers. He finished with five catches and a season-high 97 receiving yards and a touchdown as the Giants fell to 0-5.

Aside from Beckham, the Giants lost three other receivers against the Chargers. Brandon Marshall and Sterling Shepard suffered ankle injuries in the second quarter, while Dwyane Harris sustained a fractured foot in the second half.

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In a latest update, the Giants said Harris will undergo surgery Tuesday, Marshall will get additional tests while Shepard is considered "day to day" with a sprained ankle. With Beckham out for the season and Harris for a few weeks, McAdoo can only hope that Shepard and Marshall to heal quickly before their Sunday’s showdown against the Denver Broncos. Shepard has 22 catches for 263 yards and a score this season for the Giants.

Watt undergoes successful surgery

Ian Rapoport of NFL Network insider that Houston Texans pass rusher #J.J. Watt underwent successful surgery Monday on his fractured tibial plateau that he sustained in their 42-34 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs Sunday. Watt suffered a season-ending injury on the first drive of the game as he tried to chase quarterback Alex Smith. The injury ended Watt’s season after just five games.

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On Monday, Texans coach Bill O'Brien confirmed that Watt and fellow pass rusher Whitney Mercilus will be sidelined for the rest of the season. Mercilus suffered a pectoral injury on the same drive. On his Twitter account, Watt said he was devastated by the injury, saying he wanted to be out on the field with his teammates and for the city. He ended his tweet with “I'm sorry.” Last season, the 28-year-old Watt played just three games due to back injury.

Derek Carr could return in Week 6

Oakland Raiders head coach Jack del Rio expects quarterback Derek Carr to play when they take on the Los Angeles Chargers Sunday. Carr suffered a fractured bone in his back in their 16-10 loss to the Denver Broncos. Carr did not play when the Raiders lost to the Baltimore Ravens, 30-17. In four games, Carr completed 74 of 109 passes for 753 yards and seven touchdowns with two interceptions. #Odell Beckham Jr.