Miami native Isaiah McKenzie torches Dolphins defense in first half as Bills build lead
Isaiah McKenzie grew up in South Florida, but he's not showing any mercy to his hometown Miami Dolphins.
The Miami native, who attended high school at The American Heritage School in Plantation, Florida, scored the first three touchdowns for the Buffalo Bills on Sunday, equaling his season total in 30 minutes.
McKenzie entered Sunday with three touchdowns this season, and just six total in his career.
The first two were touchdown catches on passes by Josh Allen. Then, McKenzie, who isn't even the Bills' regular punt returner, took a punt 84 yards to the house to cap off a stellar first half for the former University of Georgia star.
It was the first Bills punt return touchdown in seven years.
The first touchdown came with 12:14 left in the second quarter when Allen found McKenzie in the right corner of the end zone for a 7-3 lead.
About five minutes later, the two hooked up again, this time for a 17-yard passing score.
Thanks to McKenzie's three-touchdown performance in the first half, the Dolphins trail 28-6 at halftime
This time, there's no Ryan Fitzpatrick to save Miami, either.
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