It seems Buffalo wide receiver Isaiah McKenzie is not on the same page with Bills general manager Brandon Beane.

Beane recently said the New England Patriots were still the team to beat in the AFC East despite Tom Brady’s departure. McKenzie, however, said it was now the Bills’ “time to take over.”

The Buffalo receiver said as much while talking with WROC-TV’s Thad Brown last week, noting the biggest reason behind the pendulum swing — no more Brady.

“The Brady situation, I cheered. He’s a great player, you can’t take it away from him,” McKenzie said. “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 and things like that.”

How quickly did Patriots coach Bill Belichick show this video to cornerback Stephon Gilmore and the rest of the New England secondary?

We’ll go ahead and agree on immediately.

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