Odell Beckham Jr. is having fun again. The high-octane receiver would not allow the Giants to lose Sunday even as Jeff Triplette’s officiating crew tried its best to take the game away from the Gia… - From New York Post
Beckham, at times playing as if he was shot out of a cannon, turned misery to ecstasy for the Giants and their shell-shocked fans with a stunning 66-yard catch-and-run for a touchdown with 1:24 remaining to turn a dispiriting and controversial 23-20 loss into a frantic 27-23 victory over the Ravens at MetLife Stadium.
The pitchout to West was run down by linebacker Jonathan Casillas, who shed a tackle to make the tackle for a loss of a yard.
Instead, the crowd was booing, quietly at first, quite loudly before the first quarter was half over.
The Giants hit the field on offense for the first time but did not linger long, as the first play, a 5-yard pass to Beckham, became the Giants’ seventh lost fumble of the season – only the Chargers have more.
The boos cascaded down on the Giants, and the only cheers they heard in the first half were of the mocking variety after Manning hit Bobby Rainey for 7 yards for a first down – the first for the Giants, after more than 20 minutes of play.