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Sep 25, 2022 7 76 27 1 13
Sep 19, 2022 2 37 28 0 3
Sep 8, 2022 2 19 12 1 7

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2022 11 132 12.00 2 6 6.00 72.3
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: 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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  • Bills' Isaiah McKenzie: Stands out as receiver

    McKenzie secured seven of nine targets for 76 yards and a touchdown and rushed once for six yards in the Bills' 21-19 loss to the Dolphins on Sunday. McKenzie was one of several Bills players to exit the game at one point due to heat-related issues, but he returned and made a catch in what turned out to be Buffalo's final play before time ran out, a play where if he had managed to get out of bounds the Bills may have had a chance for a long field goal to win it. McKenzie had just a pair of receptions apiece in the first two games, but he tied Stefon Diggs (lower body cramps) for second in catches on the afternoon. The versatile veteran could have a key role again in Week 4 on the road against the high-octane Ravens.
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  • Bills' Isaiah McKenzie: Returns Sunday

    McKenzie has returned to Sunday's game against the Dolphins, Alaina Getzenberg of ESPN.com reports. McKenzie briefly left in the second half due to heat-related issues, but he's since returned. He's caught six passes for 64 yards and a touchdown and will look to continue his strong play in the fourth quarter.
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  • Bills' Isaiah McKenzie: Dealing with heat-related issues

    McKenzie is questionable to return Sunday against the Dolphins due to heat-related issues. Per Cameron Wolfe of NFL Network, it felt like 100 degrees before kickoff and the temperature has had a major impact on the players. Dawson Knox is also questionable to return due to the same issue.
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  • Bills' Isaiah McKenzie: Only two catches in Week 2

    McKenzie caught two of three targets for 37 yards in Monday's 41-7 win over Tennessee. McKenzie had a limited impact despite being the nominal No. 2 wide receiver with Gabe Davis (ankle) sidelined. Tennessee rarely took away Josh Allen's first read, as Stefon Diggs piled up 12 catches for 148 yards and three touchdowns. McKenzie's inconsistent role will make him tough to trust on a weekly basis, though he'll likely sprinkle in a few big games while catching passes from one of the league's most prolific passers.
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  • Bills' Isaiah McKenzie: Week 2 Waiver Priority List

    McKenzie scored in Week 1 at the Rams, but the rest of his day was quiet with only two catches for 19 yards on three targets. I still have interest in stashing him based on his role as the slot receiver for the Bills, and he should have the chance for bigger games moving forward. He's worth up to 5 percent of your remaining FAB.
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  • Bills' Isaiah McKenzie: Finds end zone in opener

    McKenzie brought in two of three targets for 19 yards and a touchdown in the Bills' 31-10 win over the Rams on Thursday night. McKenzie didn't log any rush attempts and appeared to operate as the No. 4 receiver, but he made good use of his scant opportunities with a seven-yard touchdown grab midway through the third quarter. The sixth-year pro has been a solid complementary threat in the Bills offense since arriving in Buffalo back in 2019, and although offseason addition Jamison Crowder will serve as formidable competition for playing time in the slot, McKenzie's speed and ability in space should keep him involved to varying degrees each week.
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  • Bills' Isaiah McKenzie: Week 1 Waiver Priority List

    McKenzie will be the slot receiver for the Bills to open the year, and he's healthy heading into Week 1 against the Rams despite missing some practice time last week. Hopefully there are enough targets to feed Stefon Diggs, Gabe Davis, McKenzie and Dawson Knox, and McKenzie has to keep Jamison Crowder and Khalil Shakir on the bench. But Josh Allen has raved about McKenzie, and we'll see if he can take advantage of this opportunity. He's worth stashing for at least 5 percent of your remaining FAB to find out.
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  • Bills' Isaiah McKenzie: Week 1 Priority List

    McKenzie will be the slot receiver for the Bills to open the year, and he's healthy heading into Week 1 against the Rams despite missing some practice time last week. Hopefully there are enough targets to feed Stefon Diggs, Gabe Davis, McKenzie and Dawson Knox, and McKenzie has to keep Jamison Crowder and Khalil Shakir on the bench. But Josh Allen has raved about McKenzie, and we'll see if he can take advantage of this opportunity. He's worth stashing for at least 5 percent of your remaining FAB to find out.
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  • Bills' Isaiah McKenzie: Practices fully

    McKenzie (groin) was listed as a full practice participant Monday, Chris Brown of the Bills' official site reports. McKenzie's full participation puts him on track to play in Thursday night's season opener against the Rams. Meanwhile, the Bills' practice report has clarified that the team's projected top slot option had been dealing with a groin issue. McKenzie is slated to see his share of Week 1 looks versus the Rams while working alongside top wideouts Stefon Diggs and Gabriel Davis.
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  • Bills' Isaiah McKenzie: Says he'll play Week 1

    McKenzie (undisclosed) said Sunday that he'll play in Thursday's Week 1 matchup against the Rams, Thad Brown of WROC-TV reports. McKenzie has been "nicked up," per head coach Sean McDermott, but he returned to practice Sunday and appears in line to play Thursday. The sixth-year wideout is expected to be the team's top kick returner and slot receiver, though Jamison Crowder is also likely to garner some snaps in the slot as well.
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  • Bills' Isaiah McKenzie: Set to return to practice

    McKenzie (undisclosed) will return to practice Sunday, Jay Skurski of The Buffalo News reports. Coach Sean McDermott says his slot receiver has been "nicked up," so while he's not out of the woods yet, this bodes well for his chances of playing in Thursday's season-opening game against the Rams. When healthy, McKenzie is expected to be the team's top slot receiver, though Jamison Crowder is also likely to have some role in the offense.
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  • Bills' Isaiah McKenzie: Week 1 status TBD

    When asked if McKenzie, who left practice early Saturday with an undisclosed injury, would be available for Week 1 action, GM Brandon Beane noted Thursday "we'll see," Joe Buscaglia of The Athletic reports. The report relays that Beane added that McKenzie figures to push play in the contest, but the wide receiver's status is nonetheless something to monitor leading up the Bills' season opener against the Rams on Sept. 8. If McKenzie ends up limited or out in the contest, Jamison Crowder would be in line to see added reps in the slot for the team alongside top wideouts Stefon Diggs and Gabriel Davis.
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  • Bills' Isaiah McKenzie: Not practicing

    McKenzie (undisclosed) isn't participating in practice Tuesday, Josh Reed of WIVB reports. Joe Buscaglia of The Athletic reports McKenzie left practice early Saturday. It doesn't sound serious, but with Week 1 approaching he'll be on a tighter schedule now. McKenzie worked ahead of Jamison Crowder as Buffalo's No. 3 receiver this preseason, but both could have roles come Week 1 against the Rams.
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  • Bills' Isaiah McKenzie: Favorite to claim top slot role

    Joe Buscaglia of The Athletic views McKenzie as "the strong favorite" to be the Bills' top slot receiver to start the coming season. McKenzie, who has had a strong training camp, was among the team's key skill players who didn't play in Saturday's preseason opener against the Colts. Though veteran newcomer Jamison Crowder still could push for an early season slot role with Buffalo, at this stage McKenzie appears poised to be a key cog in the team's Week 1 passing attack, which is line to feature top wideouts Stefon Diggs and Gabriel Davis.
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  • Bills' Isaiah McKenzie: Back at practice

    McKenzie (undisclosed) returned to practice Wednesday, Joe Buscaglia of The Athletic reports. McKenzie was held out for a few days with unspecified soreness. He's taken most of the first-team slot receiver reps in training camp, but veteran Jamison Crowder is also a strong candidate for the job now that he's back on the field after missing the first week of camp with an unspecified injury of his own.
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  • Bills' Isaiah McKenzie: Misses practice

    McKenzie missed his second straight practice Monday with unspecified soreness, Joe Buscaglia of The Athletic reports. Prior to his absence, McKenzie had been off to a strong start in training camp, putting him firmly in the conversation to potentially claim the slot role previously handled by Cole Beasley. Also in the mix for the job is Jamison Crowder, who the report notes turned in a solid showing at Monday's practice. This looks like a job battle that could go either way, but at this stage Buscaglia believes that McKenzie may have an edge "because of the Bills' explosive potential with McKenzie in the lineup."
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  • Bills' Isaiah McKenzie: Impressive showing in training camp

    McKenzie's growth as a route runner has stood out during Buffalo's first four training camp practices while he sees extra reps in place of injured veteran wideout Jamison Crowder (undisclosed), Joe Buscaglia of The Athletic reports. McKenzie saw limited opportunities as the Bills' fifth-leading receiver last year, hauling in 20 of 26 targets for 178 yards and one score over 15 regular-season games. However, his production included a breakout Week 16 game against the Patriots in which the 5-foot-8 wideout caught 11 passes for 125 yards and his lone touchdown of the campaign. With slot receiver Cole Beasley no longer on the team, McKenzie's head-turning performance thus far in training camp could catapult him ahead of Crowder, who is currently day-to-day with general soreness.
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  • Bills' Isaiah McKenzie: Staying with Buffalo

    McKenzie agreed to a two-year, $8 million contract extension with the Bills on Sunday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. McKenzie was scheduled to hit free agency but instead will stick with the Bills after posting 20 catches for 178 yards and one touchdown to go along with nine carries for 47 yards and another score last season. The 26-year-old primarily worked as a return man and averaged 24.3 yards per kick return and 7.7 yards per punt return in 2021. Emmanuel Sanders is a pending free agent and Cole Beasley is seeking a trade, so McKenzie could be more involved in the offense next season depending on Buffalo's offseason additions at wide receiver.
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  • Bills' Isaiah McKenzie: Gets four touches in playoff loss

    McKenzie recorded one reception for a three-yard gain and carried three times for 15 yards across his 16 snaps on offense in Sunday's 42-36 overtime loss to the Chiefs in the divisional round. After busting out for 11 catches and 124 yards from scrimmage in the Bills' Week 16 win over the Patriots while both Gabriel Davis and Cole Beasley were out of the lineup, McKenzie predictably saw his snap counts and targets trend downward in the games that followed. That being said, offensive coordinator Brian Daboll made more of an effort to keep McKenzie involved over the Bills' final two regular-season contests and two playoff games compared to the first half of the campaign, with the 26-year-old garnering no fewer than four touches in any of those contests. Buffalo will likely look to retain McKenzie this offseason, but he could face a difficult path to earning more work on offense unless the Bills choose not to re-sign Emmanuel Sanders while also eschewing any major additions at receiver through the draft or free agency.
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