Ranking the 5 best tight ends on the Buffalo Bills 2023 schedule

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3. Darren Waller

In 2019 and 2020, Darren Waller looked like one of the best tight ends in the NFL with back-to-back seasons with over 1,100 receiving yards. However, he has had consecutive seasons where he hasn't been nearly as productive, due in large part to injuries in both seasons.

The Raiders would trade Waller to the New York Giants and he is now in a great position to bounce back in Brian Daboll and Mike Kafka's offense. Similar to the Patriots, the Giants don't have a clear number one wide receiver and Waller should be able to fill that role for Daniel Jones as a reliable pass catcher.

The Buffalo Bills secondary should have no trouble matching up with the wide receivers the Giants have and the focus in this matchup will be on slowing down Saquon Barkley on the ground and limiting the impact Darren Waller has in the receiving game.