Bills' Isaiah McKenzie: Our team is stacked, time to take over in AFC East

Ryan Hannable
April 05, 2020 - 10:53 am
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With Tom Brady out of the AFC East, the biggest question going into the 2020 season is can the Patriots continue their dominance?

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One member of the Bills, returner Isaiah McKenzie, believes it's their time to take over.

"The Brady situation, I cheered," he told WROC in Buffalo. "He's a great player. Our team is stacked. The last two years we've been giving him a run for his money, but now that he's gone, it's going to kind of be the Bills' time to take over."

The Bills were one game away from winning the division last year and by adding wide receiver Stefon Diggs this offseason, one could argue on paper they are better than the Patriots. But, as of now, the Patriots are the slight betting favorite to win the division.

New England has won the division 11 straight seasons.

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