MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. — Odell Beckham made two touchdown catches, including an 84-yard reception to break a fourth-quarter tie, and the New York Giants forged a three-way tie atop the NFC East by beating the Miami Dolphins 31-24 on Monday night.

New York’s Eli Manning went 27 for 31 for 337 yards and four scores. His passer rating of 151.5 was his highest since 2009.

The Giants (6-7) broke a three-game losing streak and are tied with the Redskins and Eagles for the lead in their woeful division. The Dolphins (5-8) were mathematically eliminated from the playoff race, extending their postseason drought to a franchise-record seven consecutive years.

Beckham had seven catches for 166 yards. The 100-yard game was his sixth in a row, a Giants record.

BROWNS: Star cornerback Joe Haden was put on season-ending injured reserve because of concussions.

Haden appeared in only five games. He’s been sidelined since sustaining his second concussion on Nov. 1 against Arizona when he was accidentally kicked in the head as he tried to make a tackle.

He received his first concussion on Oct. 11 when he was knocked down while trying to make an interception.

Haden has been named to the Pro Bowl the past two years. While he wasn’t playing up to his usual high standards early on this season, he’s still regarded as one of the NFL’s top cover cornerbacks and his loss had a ripple effect through Cleveland’s defense.

COLTS: Andrew Luck hopes to be back on the practice field Wednesday.

On Monday, the Colts’ franchise quarterback told reporters that as his workouts continued to intensify, he’s hopeful of taking the next big step in his recovery from a lacerated kidney and a partially torn abdominal muscle.

The injuries have forced Luck to miss a career-high four consecutive games.

Team owner Jim Irsay acknowledged recently the Colts (6-7) hoped to have their star back for Sunday’s key division game against Houston. But when Coach Chuck Pagano announced Luck’s injury status Nov. 10, he said Luck was expected to miss two to six weeks and that Luck would not return until he was completely healthy – something even Luck admitted Monday has not yet happened.

LIONS: Tight end Brandon Pettigrew will not return this season after tearing his anterior cruciate ligament in Sunday’s loss to the Rams.

Coach Jim Caldwell confirmed the severity of Pettigrew’s left knee injury Monday. Pettigrew will finish the season with a career-low seven catches.

RAVENS: Baltimore signed former Houston Texans quarterback Ryan Mallett to their active roster, according to NFL sources.

The signing was first reported by ESPN.

Mallett, 27, worked out for the Ravens on Dec. 2, but wasn’t immediately signed.

After Joe Flacco went down with a season-ending left knee injury, the Ravens have started Matt Schaub in two games and Jimmy Clausen on Sunday after Schaub suffered shoulder and chest injuries in the loss to Miami.

It’s unclear who will start Sunday against the Kansas City Chiefs, but it seems unlikely to be Mallett, as he’s been out of the NFL since he was cut by the Houston Texans in late October.

GIANTS: New York’s matchup with Minnesota on Dec. 27 will be shifted to Sunday Night Football on NBC under the league’s flexible scheduling policy.

RAIDERS: Long-snapper Jon Condo suffered a dislocated right shoulder while recovering a fumble early in the fourth quarter of Sunday’s 15-12 win over the Denver Broncos.

Although Condo returned and finished the game, Oakland Coach Jack Del Rio said that tests revealed a potentially season-ending injury.

A roster move could be coming later this week.

JETS: Devin Smith’s rough rookie season has come to a painful end. The wide receiver has a torn ligament in his right knee and is expected to go on season-ending injured reserve.

TEXANS: Quarterback Brian Hoyer is doubtful for Sunday’s AFC South showdown against Indianapolis after suffering his second concussion in less than a month.

CHARLES WOODSON and Calvin Johnson are among eight finalists for the NFL’s Art Rooney Sportsmanship Award.

Joining the Raiders safety and Lions receiver are running backs Matt Forte of the Bears and Justin Forsett of the Ravens; linebacker Luke Kuechly of the Panthers; quarterback Matt Hasselbeck of the Colts; cornerback Jason McCourty of the Titans; and tackle Joe Staley of the 49ers.