This Sunday night the Bills and Giants will be facing each other in a head-to-head matchup. Both teams are required to release a roster and this raises some interesting questions at the tight end position for the Giants. Larry Donnell, the second year tight end out of Grambling state, only caught three balls last year. The sophomore tight end is unproven in the NFL and came onto the team as an undrafted rookie in 2013.
The Giants have come out saying they want Eli Manning to complete 70 percent of his passes this season, a bold mark to reach. They are also looking to stretch the defense with a fast-paced offense, keeping the defense on their heels. One thing is for sure, if the Giants are catering towards completions, Larry Donnell must the best catching tight end on the roster. Last year he was targeted only three times, but caught all three passes. I'm not saying he's going to be the next Jimmy Graham, but he has potential being only in the league for one full year. I suggest watching him closely this Sunday night and then make your judgments. In a pass-happy offense he could be catching a few touchdowns from Eli this season.