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McKenzie's Place in the Offense Going Forward


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10 hours ago, Joe Ferguson said:

McKenzie should be cut if Bills make the playoffs. If he's in the post season,  Bills will get eliminated.  He's the reason for all 3 Bills losses this year.

 

Jesus, completely forgot about the snap that McKittrick fumbled on the goal line against the Viqueens.  I get it, you hate him, but you don't need to make stuff up.

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28 minutes ago, Joe Ferguson said:

McKenzie should be cut if Bills make the playoffs. If he's in the post season,  Bills will get eliminated.  He's the reason for all 3 Bills losses this year.


 

What were his mistakes in the Jets and Vikings games that lost us the game?

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42 minutes ago, Arkady Renko said:

Fans seeing the result of chasing Beasley out of town now think the solution is chasing another player out of town. 

Beasley chased himself out of town and he lost it anyways. Enough of the bs. No one chased him out of town. 

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1 minute ago, Straight Hucklebuck said:

I noticed him some in Detroit, but I feel like he was on the outside and definitely was not a primary read. 

Yeah not sure. He had 16 snaps I think. 25% which is up from his 22% average but I didn’t notice him at all. 

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I think the correct question is what is the role of a Slot Receiver in Dorsey's Offense.  I'm not sure it has much to do with McKenzie. Daboll used Beasley as a guy who would go out five yards right off the snap and turn around.  I think McKenzie can at least do that!  So can Shakir.  In Dorsey's Offense, that role has been replaced by a late leaking Singletary who presents himself to the QB as a check down five yards deep over the middle.

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2 hours ago, fan_in_tx said:

I would add that we are not getting the production from McKenzie, that we got from our former slot receiver who I shall not name due to the political leanings of this board.  Either it is the play calling or simply McKenzie can't get open in the slot not sure which is the cause. 

Bease was let go, because he was not effective, in his last season,as a Buffalo Bill.

"Political leanings"? Just stop the nonsense, already..

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1 hour ago, Arkady Renko said:

Fans seeing the result of chasing Beasley out of town now think the solution is chasing another player out of town. 

Yeah, Beasley’s so good that he’s retired….  🙄 

 

we miss Beasley…no doubt.  The 2019-2020 version.  He’s not that anymore 

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2 hours ago, Straight Hucklebuck said:

I would say the Bills have 4 guys that are similar: 

 

Hines, Cook, McKenzie and Shakir (most different of the 4). 

 

But I'd start getting a real rotation going, using all 4 in motion and have them slice and dice underneath. 

 

Those guys should be in constant presnap motion, lining up all over the formation. 

 

You're going to need that against W.Gay and N.Bolton of the Chiefs.

 

 

The Bills have 7-games left. Get this started now. 

 

Position-less.  Run those linebackers and nickel backs ragged moving them around the formation, force them into zone adjustments that you can pick apart.

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20 minutes ago, NewEra said:

Yeah, Beasley’s so good that he’s retired….  🙄 

 

we miss Beasley…no doubt.  The 2019-2020 version.  He’s not that anymore 

 

Beasley doesn't fix our recent red zone problems.  

 

We act like we need him on 3rd downs.  We are converting at a higher rate in 2022 vs. 2021 - 50% vs 46.4%.  

 

We are worse in the red zone at 51.3% vs 62.3%, but having beasley doesn't impact that as he had 0 RZ TDs in 2021.  

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3 minutes ago, Bleeding Bills Blue said:

 

Position-less.  Run those linebackers and nickel backs ragged moving them around the formation, force them into zone adjustments that you can pick apart.

Absolutely. 

 

Instead of just focusing on what McKenzie can't do in a full-time role, take control of it, and start doing what he does well, and mix in 3 other players. 

 

It just should not take an entire offensive shift, or ruin a "game flow" or "balance" to get these guys a few touches. 

 

McKenzie has been disappointing this year, but in the past he has shown the NFL level of athleticism to be an effective player on the field. Shakir has shown that he can get open against NFL corners. Cook looks like he belongs now, and Hines has long proven that. 

 

 

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