Odell Beckham Jr. couldn’t help himself, and neither could the Giants in their latest face-plant

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — Odell Beckham Jr. couldn’t even wait until halftime.

Instead, the New York Giants star chose to do what so many at MetLife Stadium wish they could have. He left.

Albeit briefly.

The sight of Beckham fleeing the sideline with two seconds left on the clock in the second quarter — and his offense still on the field against the defending Super Bowl champion Philadelphia Eagles on Thursday night — seemed to signal the fraying of his last nerve and his patience with this pathetic football team.

But hours later, after the Eagles’ 34-13 romp over their NFC East rival was complete, first-year Giants coach Pat Shurmur supplied an explanation for Beckham’s sudden in-game departure.

“He had an IV. He was just dehydrated again,” Shurmur said.

Asked point-blank if Beckham “couldn’t” have stayed on the field for the final play of the half, Shurmur simply replied, “He went back in the locker room. Some guy’s bodies dehydrate quicker than others. We’ve just got

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