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Nov 24, 2022 6 96 30 1 15
Nov 20, 2022 0 0 0 0
Nov 13, 2022 4 37 15 0 4
Nov 6, 2022 2 12 9 0 1
Oct 30, 2022 1 8 8 0 6

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2022 30 315 10.50 4 42 6.00 70.7
2021 20 178 8.90 1 47 5.22 312.1
2020 30 282 9.40 5 9 0.90 644
3y Avg. 26 238 9.15 2 35 3.89 382.5
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  • Bills' Isaiah McKenzie: Sneaky Sleeper (Lineup Decisions)

    McKenzie figures to stay involved in the Bills offense on two fronts: His speed forces any defense to alter its coverage, and the Bills' run game doesn't figure to get a ton of work against New England's dominant front (which is a huge difference from, as an example, their game plan for Week 11 against the Browns). And if the Bills are somehow trailing, McKenzie should run a slew of routes to help up his target share. I'm ready to trust McKenzie again as a flex over Diontae Johnson, Brandin Cooks, Marquez Valdes-Scantling or Cole Kmet.
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  • Bills' Isaiah McKenzie: Week 13 Waiver Priority List

    We'll find out Thursday if McKenzie's performance in Week 12 at Detroit was fluky or not when the Bills face the Patriots. Against the Lions, McKenzie had six catches for 96 yards and a touchdown on 10 targets. That was more targets and yards than he had in his previous four games combined, and it was his first touchdown since Week 4. He has the potential to be a quality Fantasy contributor playing with Josh Allen, but the Bills obviously haven't used him for a reason. Hopefully he can produce against New England in Week 13, but he's only worth adding for 1 percent of your remaining FAB in deeper leagues.
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  • Bills' Isaiah McKenzie: Leading receiver in Thursday's win

    McKenzie caught six of 10 targets for 96 yards and a touchdown in Thursday's 28-25 win over the Lions. The slot receiver led the Bills in receiving yards in the Thanksgiving Day victory, opening the scoring for his club with a 19-yard TD grab late in the first quarter. The 96 yards and 10 targets were season highs for McKenzie, while the touchdown was his first since Week 4 and his fourth of the year. He'll look to make an impact again in an AFC East battle against the Patriots in Week 13.
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  • Bills' Isaiah McKenzie: Invisible in win Sunday

    McKenzie failed to haul in his only target in Sunday's Week 11 win over the Browns in Detroit. McKenzie played 37 percent of Buffalo's offensive snaps in the contest, his fewest of the campaign. This was his first game in 2022 during which he's failed to record at least one catch, and he also didn't receive a carry for the first time since Week 6. Meanwhile, Khalil Shakir saw a slight uptick by playing 26 percent of the team's offensive snaps, but he also didn't record a catch (and didn't even see a target). For the time being, Stefon Diggs and Gabe Davis are the only Bills wide receivers who can be confidently started in most fantasy formats.
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  • Bills' Isaiah McKenzie: Recovers from illness

    McKenzie (illness) was a full participant on Friday's practice estimate and doesn't carry an injury designation into Sunday's game against the Browns. The Bills weren't able to hold practice Friday due to heavy snow in Buffalo, but McKenzie would have been available had they practiced. Assuming the team is able to fly to Detroit to play Sunday's relocated game at Ford Field as planned, McKenzie is poised to take the field without limitations in his usual slot role.
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  • Bills' Isaiah McKenzie: Misses practice Thursday

    McKenzie (illness) didn't practice Thursday. McKenzie practiced fully Wednesday, but the wideout's absence from practice Thursday makes his status worth monitoring in advance of Sunday's game against the Browns. If McKenzie is unable to play this weekend, Khalil Shakir would figure to see an uptick in snaps Week 11 while working behind top wideouts Stefon Diggs and Gabe Davis.
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  • Bills' Isaiah McKenzie: Scores on Sunday Night Football

    McKenzie ran twice for two yards, including a seven-yard TD run, in Sunday's win over the Packers. He caught his only target for eight yards. The touchdown obviously saved his line for those that started McKenzie . He remains fourth or fifth in the pecking order, as tight end Dawson Knox and McKenzie are involved in a modest set of play calls while the bulk of the offense runs through Stefon Diggs, Gabe Davis and Devin Singletary, plus any designed runs for quarterback Josh Allen. McKenzie has already scored four times this campaign, so he's not the worst option in the world if you're fighting the bye week blues, but he'll likely be a hit-or-miss fantasy option for most of the season.
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  • Bills' Isaiah McKenzie: Catches two passes in win

    McKenzie caught two of five targets for nine yards in Sunday's 24-20 win over the Chiefs. After missing Week 5 due to a concussion, McKenzie operated as the Bills' No. 3 wideout behind fellow receivers Stefon Diggs and Gabe Davis in his return to the field. The 27-year-old returned to his role as the team's primary slot receiver, playing 51 percent of the team's offensive snaps. Rookie receiver Khalil Shakir also saw some work in the slot after an impressive performance in Week 5, playing 21 percent of snaps in Week 6. Heading into a Week 7 bye, McKenzie has scored three touchdowns in five games played. With that said, he has the potential to disappear in certain matchups in an offense flush with playmakers. The veteran will look to get back on track in Week 8 when the Bills host the Packers.
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  • Bills' Isaiah McKenzie: Clears concussion protocol

    McKenzie has cleared the NFL's concussion protocol and will be a full practice participant Wednesday, Chris Brown of the Bills' official site reports. McKenzie was inactive for the Bills' Week 5 win over the Steelers, but he's in line to return to action Sunday against the Chiefs. In his return to the lineup, McKenzie should reclaim a share of the team's slot work alongside Stefon Diggs and Gabe Davis, with rookie Khalil Shakir a candidate to mix in after catching three of his five targets for 75 yards and a touchdown in the win over Pittsburgh.
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  • Bills' Isaiah McKenzie: Still sidelined with concussion

    Bills head coach Sean McDermott said Monday that McKenzie still is in the concussion protocol, Alaina Getzenberg of ESPN.com reports. McKenzie logged back-to-back limited sessions ahead of Week 5 but ultimately was inactive for the team's win over the Steelers. He's expected to return to full practices ahead of Week 6 after shedding his non-contact jersey during Friday's practice, but his status for Sunday's matchup against Kansas City remains unclear.
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  • Bills' Isaiah McKenzie: Won't play Week 5

    McKenzie (concussion) is inactive Week 5 against the Steelers. While McKenzie did shed his red non-contact jersey Friday in what was his second consecutive limited practice session, it appears the receiver has yet to be cleared by the league's official concussion protocol. That leaves Stefon Diggs and Gabe Davis to work as the primary receivers in Buffalo, with rookie Khalil Shakir potentially in line to serve as the No. 3.
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  • Bills' Isaiah McKenzie: Listed as questionable for Week 5

    McKenzie (concussion) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Steelers after logging limited practices Thursday and Friday, Chris Brown of the Bills' official site reports. Per Alaina Getzenberg of ESPN.com, McKenzie was able to shed his red non-contact jersey Friday, but the Bills' slot man remains in the NFL's concussion protocol at this stage. If McKenzie is unable to gain full clearance ahead of Sunday's 1:00 p.m. ET kickoff, Khalil Shakir would be in line for added snaps behind top wideouts Stefon Diggs and Gabe Davis, given that both Jamison Crowder (ankle) and Jake Kumerow (ankle) have been ruled out this week.
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  • Bills' Isaiah McKenzie: Sheds non-contact jersey

    McKenzie, who logged a limited practice Thursday, remains in the concussion protocol, per coach Sean McDermott, Alec White of the Bills' official site reports. McDermott noted that McKenzie is in a day-by-day process ahead of Sunday's game against the Steelers, though Alaina Getzenberg of ESPN.com relays that the Bills' slot man shed his red non-contact jersey at Friday's practice. While that's encouraging, the team's upcoming injury report will add further context with regard to McKenzie's Week 5 status. If he's out or limited this weekend, Khalil Shakir would be in line for added snaps behind top wideouts Stefon Diggs and Gabe Davis.
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  • Bills' Isaiah McKenzie: Progresses to limited practice

    McKenzie (concussion) was officially listed as a limited practice participant Thursday. That's a step in the right direction for McKenzie, who didn't practice Wednesday, but the Bills' slot receiver remains in the NFL's concussion protocol as of Thursday, per Sal Capaccio of WGR Sports Radio 550 Buffalo. Friday's injury report will clarify whether McKenzie approaches Sunday's game against the Steelers with an injury designation or fully cleared for Week 5 action. With Jamison Crowder sidelined by an ankle injury, Khalil Shakir would be in line for added snaps this weekend if McKenzie is out or limited.
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  • Bills' Isaiah McKenzie: Returns to practice field

    McKenzie (concussion) participated in Thursday's practice in a red non-contact jersey, Alaina Getzenberg of ESPN.com reports. McKenzie was listed as a non-participant Wednesday, but his presence on the field Thursday gives him a chance to suit up Sunday against the Steelers. To do so, however, McKenzie will need to pass all five stages of the NFL's concussion protocol. Given that he sported a non-contact jersey in his return to practice, it's safe to assume McKenzie has a few steps left to clear.
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  • Bills' Isaiah McKenzie: Doesn't practice Wednesday

    McKenzie (concussion) didn't practice Wednesday, Chris Brown of the Bills' official site reports. With McKenzie in the NFL's concussion protocol, his status for Sunday's game against the Steelers is unclear at this stage. Given that Jamison Crowder is sidelined by an ankle injury, Khalil Shakir could see an uptick in snaps this weekend if McKenzie is also unavailable versus Pittsburgh.
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  • Bills' Isaiah McKenzie: Remains in concussion protocol

    McKenzie remains in the NFL's concussion protocol as of Wednesday, Alaina Getzenberg of ESPN.com reports. McKenzie was expected to be ready to practice in a limited fashion Wednesday, but Joe Buscaglia of The Athletic notes that the receiver didn't participate in the media-access portion of the session. An official update on the extent of McKenzie's practice participation will come later Wednesday, when the Bills release their first Week 5 injury report.
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  • Bills' Isaiah McKenzie: Lands in concussion protocol

    McKenzie was placed in concussion protocols following Sunday's win over the Ravens, Alaina Getzenberg of ESPN.com reports. Prior to leaving Sunday's game, McKenzie caught four of six targets for 21 yards and a touchdown. Jamison Crowder (ankle) is expected to be placed on IR, so if McKenzie can't clear protocols ahead of Week 5, rookie Khalil Shakir would be a prime candidate for increased snaps behind Stefon Diggs and Gabe Davis.
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  • Bills' Isaiah McKenzie: Exits Sunday's game

    McKenzie is being evaluated for a head injury during Sunday's game against the Ravens. Prior to that, McKenzie had caught four of his six targets for 21 yards and a TD. With Jamison Crowder having previously exited the contest with an ankle issue, Khalil Shakir is a candidate to see added WR snaps alongside Stefon Diggs and Gabe Davis.
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  • Bills' Isaiah McKenzie: Week 4 Waiver Priority List

    McKenzie easily had his best game of the season in Week 3 at Miami, and hopefully that's a sign of things to come. He had seven catches for 76 yards and a touchdown on nine targets, and he was a prominent weapon for Josh Allen. Now, the Bills ran 90 plays against the Dolphins, and Allen attempted 63 passes, so put that in perspective. But McKenzie was someone we liked prior to the season, and he could emerge as the No. 3 option in this passing game moving forward behind Stefon Diggs and Gabe Davis. McKenzie is worth adding for 5-10 percent of your remaining FAB.
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