Odell Beckham, Jr. to be a game-time decision vs. Lions

Odell Beckham, Jr. to be a game-time decision vs. Lions

Odell Beckham, Jr. to be a game-time decision vs. Lions

The Detroit Lions will have a chance to join the ranks of the early-season elite Monday night as they take on the New York Giants, who looked absolutely putrid in a 19-3 loss to the Cowboys in Week 1. Just listen to them. The Lions had a great start, rolling over the Arizona Cardinals 35-23 in Week 1.

Should Goodson miss, the Giants would be down two middle linebackers as Keenan Robinson continues to deal with concussions and he's already been ruled out for Monday's game. The Giants need a big win in their home opener.

If you do not have access to a cable log-in, you can watch the Ravens vs. Patriots game through Sling TV, using a free one-week trial. The problem was the Lions lack of offense during the first three-quarters. They're also 1-5 at the betting window in their last six games versus NFC opponents.

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NY quarterback Eli Manning didn't have his number one option in Dallas in Week 1 and isn't sure if he will tonight as well. NY was outgained in the first half by a whopping 265-49, with just two first downs, while falling behind 16-0. In Marshall's debut, he caught one pass from Eli Manning for 10 yards.

Anyone with an eye on Monday night's matchup between the Giants and Lions has been paying close attention to Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham's status. Kick-off is set for 8:30 this evening.

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