Buffalo Bills fans could be forgiven for being worried over Stefon Diggs possibly seeking a move following the frustrations of last season.
The wide receiver has not gotten over the team’s playoff exit and still appears to be angry about their loss to the Cincinnati Bengals in the AFC Divisional round on January 22.
The Bills led the favorites column for most of the seasons and Diggs had dreams of winning his first Super Bowl. But he saw them crushed after a 27-10 playoff loss to the Bengals which prompted a shocking meltdown.
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Diggs was seen arguing with teammate Josh Allen during the game and, following the loss, angrily gathered up his things and left the locker room. He was brought back by a teammate but still ended up leaving everyone else behind.
The WR subsequently took to Twitter to rant in short bursts.
Diggs was one of the guests on the Season 6 premiere of “Uninterrupted: The Shop” that dropped this Wednesday. He discussed the defeat and it appears he still hasn’t come to terms with the capitulation, nor is he able to understand how it happened.
“It doesn’t make sense. I will rack my brain with this s***,” he said. “I think it’s more execution than anything. S*** is small little pieces on why s*** is not going right… We got the players. We got the plays. Why s*** aint coming together? That’s when you draw so much question.
“I never want to question who I am. I never want to question how I am. I’m giving this s*** all I got. I’m dying on the hill with that.”
You have to admire Diggs for his unwillingness to settle for less. But there is some concern over what seems to be disenchantment with the Bills, especially as his brother Trevon has made no secret of wanting Stefon to join him in Dallas.
When it was pointed out that the two would be going up against each other next season for the first time, Stefon said: “Hell yeah. That’s what’s on the schedule right now.”
It sounds as if he might be expecting something to change. Obviously, the Bills’ opponents aren’t going to change, so might he be suggesting that one of them will be on a different team? Well, it’s definitely something to think about.
Stefon also said that his brother, a cornerback, has been dying to go one-on-one with him and thinks he knows all his moves.
“I kept a couple up my sleeve, though. I had to,” he explained.WANT MORE FROM TOTALPROSPORTS? FOLLOW US ON GOOGLE NEWS.