Giants QB Daniel Jones throwing passes to Darren Waller has us ready for Week 1

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For the last week or so, NY Giants fans haven't been able to stop talking about the addition of wide receiver Jalin Hyatt for the aerial attack. Trust us when we say we can't wait to see the youngster in action as well. However, don't forget about tight end Darren Waller.

The veteran tight end is in New Jersey these days working on his chemistry with Daniel Jones. Waller has the potential to put up some huge numbers for the G-Men. The Giants just posted a video on Twitter of the two working together and it looks natural already. Anyone else fired up for September to get here?

Darren Waller and Daniel Jones could have a huge 2023 season together

While this six-second clip isn't going to make SportsCenter's Top 10 plays of the day, even this small little taste of the two in action has Giants fans thrilled. The calendar may read early May, with people focused on the NBA postseason and MLB regular season, but football is a year-round source of entertainment.

Waller is looking healthy, which is going to be quite important from start to finish this fall and winter. When he's close to 100 percent, Waller is a total beast for an offense. He's so good, future Hall of Famer Rob Gronkowski is jacked up to see what he can do working with Jones and Brian Daboll.

Gronk recently said he thinks Waller can get back to his Pro-Bowl level in '23. Giants supporters would love to see that happen for him. It's been a rough two years for Waller, but this change in scenery would be just what he needs to remind people of how fantastic he can be with the ball in his hands.

There's going to be a plenty of pressure on Waller to make a monster impact for the G-Men, but we have no doubt in our minds he's going to live up to the hype.

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