Despite the Arizona Cardinals' heartbreaking 31-28 loss to the New York Giants, young tight end Trey McBride showed flashes of potential.
The 23-year-old was targeted three times, hauling in two receptions for a total of 32 yards. While he didn't find the end zone, his longest catch of the day was a 23-yard completion in the first quarter, demonstrating his ability to make big plays. McBride's performance wasn't enough to lift the Cardinals to victory, but it did solidify his position as a reliable option for quarterback Joshua Dobbs. Currently ranked as TE31 for the week and TE26 for the season, McBride is showing steady improvement. With the Dallas Cowboys on the horizon, fantasy managers should keep an eye on this rising star. His ability to make key plays, even in high-pressure situations, could make him a valuable asset in the coming weeks.