Isaiah McKenzie wasn’t a regular starter in this offense but developed a role that provided another level to their gameplan. He could come into a game and beat defenses in a number of different ways either rushing, receiving and even throwing.
McKenzie finished the year with 30 receptions for 282 receiving yards and five receiving touchdowns along with 10 rushing attempts for nine yards. He also had a 12-yard passing touchdown in Week 10 against the Arizona Cardinals.
The Buffalo Bills having a player like Isaiah McKenzie allows Brian Daboll to get a little more creative with his scheme and put more pressure on defenses but lining up and putting McKenzie in motion.
While he didn’t have the same stats as some of the other wide receivers, he gets the grade he does because of how well he did in the role he had in this offense.