“It doesn’t make sense,” Rob Gronkowski can’t fathom Stefon Diggs’ issue with the Bills following Trevon Diggs’ cryptic anti-Bills social media posts
Trevon Diggs said that his brother Stefon should get out of Buffalo.
Stefon Diggs (L- ESPN) and Rob Gronkowski (R- Imago)
On Monday, Josh Allen and the Buffalo Bills suffered a huge loss against the struggling Denver Broncos in their week 10 matchup. Following the loss, most of the Bills’ top players including Allen and wide receiver Stefon Diggs were heavily criticized for their performances. Furthermore, Stefon’s brother Trevon Diggs also caused a bit of drama by saying that the wide receiver should get out of Buffalo. Amidst this situation, the former New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski calls out the Diggs brothers for creating needless drama in the locker room.
During a recent episode of FanDuel’s Up & Adams show, Gronkowski talked about the Stefon Diggs situation and said he doesn’t understand why the wideout would want to get out of Buffalo.
It doesn't make sense. You're paid. You're the No. 1 wide receiver, what's the worry? Josh Allen looks to go to you every single time that he possibly can. You got your stats. It's not like you'll be better with another team.Gronkowski said on the Up & Adams show
The 4-time Super Bowl Champion Rob Gronkowski bluntly told the Pro Bowl wide receiver Diggs to just “suck it up” and not cause any issues in the locker room.
I don't know what the problem is. ... Just suck it up, why cause these problems?
Many people believe Diggs is unhappy with his role in the Buffalo-based football team and wants to go to a team, where he will be used in a better way. However, Stefon Diggs currently leads the entire league in targets and receptions. So, the notion that Allen is not giving Diggs the ball is simply untrue.
Stefon Diggs-Bills drama continues to gain steam
This is not the first time Stefon Diggs’ name has caused problems in Buffalo. In fact, back in the offseason, Diggs reportedly tried to get out of his Bills contract and requested a trade.
Even, Trevon Diggs recruited his brother to come play with him for the Dallas Cowboys. However, Stefon has remained a professional through the entire saga and even restructured his contract with the Bills to provide some cap space.
Nonetheless, it seems like the drama in Buffalo is mostly being exaggerated. Despite one or two bad games, the 29-year-old continues to shine for the Bills in the ongoing NFL season.
However, as a team, the Bills are certainly struggling a lot. They currently have a record of 5 wins and 5 losses and there’s a possibility they might end up missing the playoffs.
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