“He’s gotta shut up!” – Trevon Diggs calling out his brother Stefon on social media after loss to Denver triggers Bills’ fans
Stefon Diggs only touched the ball three times on Monday night.
Stefon Diggs and Trevon Diggs (Image via IMAGO)
Stefon Diggs had an underwhelming game as the Buffalo Bills fell narrowly to a last-gasp field goal from the Denver Broncos. With the defeat on Monday night, they now have five wins and five defeats in their 10 games so far in 2023.
The Bills have been a troubled bunch throughout the season, conceding a bunch of penalties and tarnishing their leads in the process. Not only that, turnovers have been a massive problem. Before the Broncos game, quarterback Josh Allen had nine picks, and he threw 10 and 11 on the night. He is currently leading the league with interceptions, and judging by how hasty he has been, it might continue.
Man 14 Gotta get up outta there.
14 is the number that Stefon Diggs wears for the Bills. So the message was directed at him. The 29-year-old only had 3 catches for 34 yards in the game, his lowest this season.
Week 9 against the Bengals—the 29-year-old made it clear that he wasn’t sweating enough. He only touched the ball six times in the first half, and it stayed that way the rest of the game. It’s safe to say the situation is going the other way with the bills.
Diggs was subject to a move during the offseason as he was a no-show in training camp. There were even rumors that he might end up in Arlington to play with Trevon. But he stayed put in New York. Which is why Bills fans are not that happy with the post.
Stefon Diggs is having a decent season despite the Bills’ struggles
The Bills are part of a stacked AFC where teams like the Ravens, Bengals, Browns, and Dolphins are all fighting for a chance to play postseason. So Sean McDermott’s side must get the most out of games like the Broncos, who are still finding their way.
Even though points are hard to come by, Stefon Diggs has put up decent numbers. The three-time Pro Bowler is on course for another 1200-yard receiving haul. He currently has 868 yards from 73 catches and 7 touchdowns. His best came in a 48-20 win over the Dolphins: 6 receptions, 120 yards, and 3 touchdowns.
The hunt for the playoff spot is still up for grabs. They are mathematically still in it, but another loss could spell the end of their pursuit. Next, the Bills face their AFC East rivals, the New York Jets.
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