The NFL is a quarterback driven league and the Buffalo Bills have one of the best in the league in Josh Allen. On the other side of the ball, the Bills have done a good job defending opposing quarterbacks as the defense has one of the best secondary in the NFL.
This season, Sean McDermott is taking over the play-calling on the defensive side of the ball but is entering his seventh season as head coach of the Bills. They have played against a majority of the quarterbacks on their schedule this year but these are three quarterbacks they will be seeing for the first time.
3 quarterbacks the Buffalo Bills will play for the first time in 2023
The matchup between the Buffalo Bills and New York Giants is going to be a great game between two franchises that are closely connected. One of those storylines will be McDermott matching wits with his former offensive coordinator, Brian Daboll, who is the head coach of the Giants.
Daboll had a lot of success in his first season with the Giants and one of those reasons was the play of Daniel Jones. The former first round pick has struggled for the majority of his career but in his first season with Brian Daboll, he showed he could lead this offense. He finished the year with 3,205 passing yards, 15 passing touchdowns, and five interceptions.
One area that stood out was Daniel Jones ability to make plays with his legs. While he will not be confused with Josh Allen, he did finish the year with over 700 rushing yards and seven rushing touchdowns. McDermott is absolutely going to have to account for that part of his game when the Bills and Giants play each other in Week 6.