4 fantasy football takeaways for the Arizona Cardinals from 2023

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Trey McBride will be one of the more popular tight ends in next year's fantasy drafts

We may be entering a golden age for tight ends with so many good, young players emerging at the position this season. Sam LaPorta grabbed most of the headlines and Dalton Kincaid showed he can make an impact at times but Trey McBride is going to be in that discussion next season.

McBride finished the season with 81 receptions on 106 targets for 825 receiving yards and three touchdowns. He split time early in the season with Zach Ertz but towards the end of the year he was one of the best tight ends in fantasy football.

From Week 10 to Week 18, McBride was TE4 in PPR leagues behind only Evan Engram, Sam LaPorta, and David Njoku. Entering 2024, he is unquestionably the number one tight end for this offense and with a full season of Kyler Murray throwing him the ball, he should continue to be one of the most productive players at the position.