Just when one thought things couldn't get worse for the New York Giants after four weeks, they did. Not only did they fall to 0-5 after their 27-22 loss to the Los Angeles Chargers in Week 5, but they lost four wide receivers to injury. Odell Beckham (ankle injury), Brandon Marshall (ankle injury), and Dwayne Harris (broken foot) will miss the remainder of the season. Sterling Shepard sprained his ankle and may miss a couple games. Here is who will likely line up for the Giants' injury-depleted receiving corps in Week 6 if Shepard is unable to play.

Roger Lewis Jr.

Lewis was the only wide receiver left standing by the end of their Week 5 game against the Los Angeles Chargers. He caught a 29-yard touchdown pass in the third quarter and had four catches for 54 yards in the Giants' Week 1 loss to the Dallas Cowboys. He now has eight catches for 102 yards and a touchdown on the season. The 23-year-old was an undrafted rookie out of Bowling Green last season. He appeared in 13 games and caught seven passes for 97 yards and two touchdowns in 2016. The 6-0 wide receiver was named First Team All-MAC in both of his two years at Bowling Green. Lewis finished with 1,544 receiving yards (second in FBS) and 16 touchdowns (third in FBS) in his sophomore season.

Tavarres King

King appeared in seven games with the Giants in 2016 and caught two passes for 50 yards. He outdid his regular season stats in New York's 38-13 playoff loss to the Packers, as he finished with three catches for 73 yards and a touchdown. The 27-year old was released by the Giants on September 18 but was re-signed on Monday with the team desperately needing healthy Wide Receivers.

King was a fifth round pick in the 2013 NFL Draft by the Denver Broncos but never appeared in a regular season game for them. Prior to 2016, his only NFL regular season experience was playing in two games for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2014. He had two catches for 13 yards. Standing at 6-1, King played collegiately at Georgia.

He finished with 42 catches for 950 yards and nine touchdowns during his senior season in 2012.

Travis Rudolph

Rudolph went undrafted in the 2017 NFL Draft out of Florida State. He declared for the draft after his junior season. The 22-year-old signed with the Giants as an undrafted free agent and was a member of their practice squad. Due to New York's boatload of injuries at the wide receiver position, Rudolph was called up to the active roster on Monday. Rudolph had 56 receptions for 840 yards and seven touchdowns as a junior at Florida State in 2016. In 2015, the 6-1 wide receiver finished with 59 catches for 916 yards and seven touchdowns as a sophomore.

Ed Eagan

Eagan was called up from the Giants' practice squad on Tuesday.

He went undrafted out of Northwestern State in 2016 and spent last season on the Buffalo Bills' practice squad. The 24-year-old ended the year with 58 receptions for 745 yards and four touchdowns in 2015 at Northwestern State. He spent much of his last three years there returning kicks and punts, as well as playing wide receiver. He could potentially take the place of Dwayne Harris, doing both for New York.