Giants Will Be Missing Several Players in Week 5

It didn't seem like the injury situation could get much worse for the New York Giants.

It has, however, as the team will reportedly be missing several players in their Week 5 matchup with the Green Bay Packers. 

The team will be missing receivers Kadarius Toney and Kenny Golladay, as well as Cor'Dale Flott, Azeez Ojulari and Henry Mondeaux. 
For Toney, a player who always seems to be dealing with some type of injury, it's an injury to both his hamstrings. Toney has appeared in just two games this season, catching two of three targets for no yards.

Kenny Golladay has played in three games this season, amid lots of controversy between the Giants and him, catching just two of six targets for 22 yards. 

Normally, injuries to two receivers having bad years like Toney and Golladay wouldn't affect the team so much, however, the Giants are already missing their WR1 in Sterling Shepard. Not only that, but the player who was supposed to take Shepard's role, Richie James, is also dealing with some injuries of his own, which could limit him on Sunday.

It's a bad situation that only seems to be getting worse for the New York Giants. Still, the team is 3-1 going up against the also 3-1 Green Bay Packers in Week 5. 
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