New York Giants cornerback Adoree' Jackson left Sunday's Week 11 contest against the Detroit Lions with a knee injury. Jackson was quickly ruled out, and theScore's Jordan Schultz reported soon after that the Giants cornerback would miss 3-5 weeks with a sprained MCL. NFL Network's Ian Rapaport confirmed the MCL sprain Monday and reported a timeline of 4-6 weeks.

Jackson suffered the injury on a punt return in the first half.

It was a rough game for the Giants at home. The club entered the game as a clear favorite over the Lions, but it was Detroit that ran away with a 31-18 victory. Jamaal Williams scored three touchdowns on the ground to lead the way.

This is Adoree' Jackson's second season with the Giants. He entered play Sunday with 49 combined tackles (two for loss), seven passes defended, two forced fumbles and one fumble recovery in nine games.

New York's defense had been stellar entering Week 11, but Sunday's game against the Lions was a totally different story. The Giants dropped to 7-3 on the season with the defeat.

New York will now move forward without Adoree' Jackson, and the hope is that he's able to come back at some point before the end of the regular season for the final playoff push. The Giants haven't been to the playoffs since the 2016 season, which ended with an ugly loss to the Green Bay Packers.