Odell Beckham Tosses 57-Yard TD To Saquon Barkley

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"As a head coach, for 13 years, my first meeting every year was to tell the players, 'If you have a problem with any of the coaching, you come to me". "I don't get 20 targets like some other receivers, you know". The Giants dug into their bag of tricks and Beckham made a flawless pass to Saquon Barkley for a 57-yard touchdown pass.

"I feel like in the past five years, they found a way to run a Cover 2, keep everything in front, and that's how they played me", Beckham said.

With the Giants trailing 30-24 in the fourth, Eli Manning threw a 15-yard touchdown pass to Saquon Barkley.

Like his brother, who turned serious in congratulating Brees, Eli went on to say he thinks his relationship with Beckham is fine and he was glad the star receiver had addressed the team the night before their game against the Panthers. "And there's no way to - how do we beat this?"

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"I don't regret anything", Beckham said via ESPN's Jordan Raanan.

In Saquon Barkley the Giants have drafted one of the most exciting talents in the National Football League and getting the most out Beckham Jr. would give the Giants another dimension to the Giants' offense. "I haven't been in the place where I felt like I could really go out and do everything that I'm capable of doing", Beckham said. Regardless, Beckham knows he needs to come up with that ball.

"Alright, listen, I'm going to answer all the drama questions right now and I'm going to go back to what I said". All the top receivers get the ball that they should, and if they don't, they say something about it.

In a game loaded with ups and downs, the Panthers - behind the leg of kicker Graham Gano - escaped Bank of America Stadium with a dramatic 33-31 victory over the Giants on Sunday.

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Beckham said earlier in the week this was their opportunity to "reshape the season". This is something that is going to pull us closer.

That's what it took for the Carolina Panthers to sneak past the New York Giants on Sunday. The last time they failed to convert a single third down was December 24, 2006, against the Saints. I love, you know, I love being in L.A.

The Giants were dealt a heartbreaking defeat to drop them to 1-4, which will be a tough pill to swallow heading into a short week as they prepare to play the Eagles on Thursday.

When Anderson pressed the Giants wideout on what's to blame for the Giants general offensive ineptitude this season, Beckham replied, "It's everything at the moment".

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