The Giants will be without starting left guard Justin Pugh for a while. Victor Cruz’s status is still up in the air.

Coach Ben McAdoo said Monday that Pugh will “miss some time” with the sprained knee he sustained in Sunday’s 28-23 home victory over the Philadelphia Eagles, and NFL Network reported that Pugh has an MCL sprain that could keep him out 3-to-4 weeks.

“Thanks for all the thoughts and well wishes,” Pugh tweeted Monday. “Time to rehab up and get back for this run. Huge win yesterday. Proud of my guy (backup guard) Brett Jones.”

Cruz, meanwhile, was set to undergo an MRI later Monday on his sprained ankle. X-rays reportedly came back negative Sunday night, so the Giants are still zeroing in on the damage. McAdoo had reduced Cruz’s snaps even prior to the second-quarter injury, though, and the combination of Cruz’s injury and his coach’s game plan raises questions about his future here both this season and beyond.

McAdoo also said backup quarterback Ryan Nassib, who did not dress Sunday due to an injury to his right throwing elbow, will continued to be limited this week in the lead-up to a Monday night showdown against the Cincinnati Bengals at MetLife Stadium.