Giants schedule: All 2023 opponents ranked from easiest to hardest

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4. Buffalo Bills

The Bills may not have the roster the 49ers do, but they have something San Francisco doesn't: an established quarterback. Josh Allen is a stud and there's really no way around it. He still has Stefon Diggs at his disposal and has turned Gabe Davis into a household name in upstate New York.

These guys will probably be on a mini revenge tour in 2023 after not living up to the hype in 2022. To fall short of at least an AFC Championship Game is looked at as a failure for a team who most talking heads considered to be Super Bowl favorites.

Their defense is no slouch either. They have dogs like Ed Oliver and Gregory Rousseau to anchor the line, one of the best linebackers in the league in Matt Milano and a stout safety duo in Jordan Poyer and Micah Hyde. The Bills will no doubt be a struggle for the Giants and this game will depend on which Allen we get.

Do we get the one that's an MVP caliber type of player or the guy who turns the ball over? If Big Blue's defense can cause some disruption, the Giants may walk away with a win. That won't be an easy task, but you never know what might happen.