College: Georgia | 4 years
Height: 5'8" | Weight: 173 lbs
Birth Date: 4/9/1995
2020 Bye Week: 6
Total Pts: 63.8
Avg Pts: 3.99
Rank: 37 WR
|Week 1||6.30||Isaiah McKenzie 23 receiving yds (2.30 pts)|
Isaiah McKenzie 4 receptions (4.00 pts)
Updating a previous report, Buffalo Bills WR Isaiah McKenzie officially signed an undisclosed contract with the team Monday, March 30.
The Buffalo Bills re-signed wide receiver Isaiah McKenzie to an undisclosed deal on Tuesday. McKenzie caught a career-high 27 passes for 257 yards and one touchdown in 15 games (eight starts) for the Bills last season in his third year in the NFL after being a fifth-round pick of the Broncos in 2017. The soon-to-be 25-year-old is merely receiver depth in Buffalo behind Stefon Diggs, John Brown and Cole Beasley. He'll be competing with the likes of Duke Williams and Robert Foster for playing time as the No. 4 or 5 wideout on the team, which means he won't have much fantasy appeal, even in the deepest of leagues.
Unrestricted free-agent WR Isaiah McKenzie (Bills) re-signed with the Buffalo Bills on Tuesday, March 24, according to his agency, SportsTrust Advisors. Terms of the deal were undisclosed.
The Buffalo Bills won't tender a contract to restricted free-agent wide receiver Isaiah McKenzie, according to a source. McKenzie played 42 percent of the offensive snaps in 2019 and had 27 catches for 462 yards and one touchdown last season. He's now free to sign with any team. McKenzie is unlikely to be of much use in the majority of fantasy leagues in 2020, but it will also depend on where he lands and how much of an opportunity he'll have for regular playing time.
Buffalo Bills restricted free-agent WR Isaiah McKenzie will not receive a tender offer this offseason, according to a source.
Buffalo Bills wide receiver Isaiah McKenzie was active for the Bills on Sunday, securing two of his five targets for five yards and rushing for 30 yards on two carries. McKenzie filled the Cole Beasley role in the offense, but the rain kept him from securing a few of his extra targets. He will remain a gadget player for the Bills next week against the Texans.
Buffalo Bills wide receiver Isaiah McKenzie saw a season-high 56 offensive snaps in Week 11 against the Dolphins. No other Bills receiver other than John Brown or Cole Beasley played double-digit snaps in the game. Unfortunately, there wasn't much production that came with the increased playing time. McKenzie saw a solid amount of targets (6), but only caught 3 passes for 21 yards while adding a 10-yard rush. This week, the Bills face a tough Broncos pass defense that should make things difficult on all the Bills' receivers. McKenzie might be worth keeping an eye on in deep leagues down the stretch but he has no value as a starting option this week.
Buffalo Bills wide receiver Isaiah McKenzie was second on the team in targets with six in Week 11. He had two more targets than Cole Beasley and only trailed John Brown, who had a whopping 14 targets in the game. Unfortunately, McKenzie did very little with his six targets, catching just three for 21 yards. Duke Williams was inactive for the game and Robert Foster went without a catch. So McKenzie appears to be the team's de facto No. 3 receiver for now. He can be left on waivers in all leagues until he shows he can do something productive with his workload.