Barden, who Coughlin said also tore a ligament in the ankle, caught all three of his passes from quarterback Eli Manning in the second quarter. He caught a 26-yard pass before getting short passes for five and three yards.
The New York Post reported that Barden's left foot was in a boot and that he was on crutches after the game. Barden told The Post that he wasn't sure when he would next practice or play.
"[Barden's injury] impacted everybody," Coughlin told The Post. "It impacted three receivers, it impacted four. That's part of the game. We went in knowing that usually Ramses is four, then he became three and I didn't expect that anything would take place without him in there."
Barden caught five passes for 64 yards this season. In his career, he's registered six receptions for 80 yards.
The Giants dropped to 6-3 and will next travel to face the Philadelphia Eagles, who are coached by former Glendale Community College athlete Andy Reid, on Sunday night.
PALADINI, CAROLINA SEE SEASON END
Former St. Francis High boys' soccer player Daniel Paladini and the Carolina RailHawks saw their season conclude in the United States Soccer Federation D-2 championship in Cary, N.C., in late October.
The RailHawks fell to the Puerto Rico Islanders, 3-1, on aggregate scoring. The teams battled to a 1-1 draw in the final match after the Islanders opened with a 2-0 victory.
In order to have won the championship, Carolina needed to win by at least three goals or lead by two goals to force overtime for a possible title win.
Former St. Francis standout goalkeeper Sean O'Connor also played for Carolina.
QB CLUB SET TO HOLD MEETING
The Glendale YMCA Quarterback Club will conduct its 10th meeting at 11:30 a.m. today.
The club, which is in its 68th year, is geared to support the Crescenta Valley, Glendale, Hoover and St. Francis high football teams and the Glendale Community College football program.
The guest speakers will be Santa Anita Racetrack jockey Tyler Baze and group ticket sales and publicity and promotion official Chris Quinn.