EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — Detroit Lions coach Jim Caldwell isn’t wasting time worrying whether Odell Beckham Jr. will play for the New York Giants.
When Caldwell drew up his game plan for Monday night’s contest between the Lions (1-0) and Giants (0-1) at MetLife Stadium, there was a section for dealing with the catalyst of the Giants’ offense.
The three-time Pro Bowler practiced on a limited basis this week for the first time since hurting his ankle in a preseason game on Aug. 21.
“They’re good with or without him, but he is a dynamic player,” Lions safety Glover Quin said, referring to Beckham, who has led the Giants in receiving in each of his first three seasons.
The Cowboys did it and Eli Manning never had a chance to go deep because his woeful offensive line never provided time to throw, and the running game was limited to 35 yards on 12 carries.
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