Stephen Diggs stayed on the field to watch the Chiefs win the AFC Championship Game

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Stephen Diggs had a great debut with Buffalo Bill. After arriving in an offseason trade from the Minnesota Vikings, Diggs led the NFL in receiving both receptions (127) and yards (1,535), and was qualified first-team All-Pro by the Associated Press.

The Diggs also made a great playoff run together, including six passes for 128 yards and one touchdown against the Colts, eight passes for 106 yards and one touchdown against the Ravens, and six passes for 77 yards against the Chiefs. . Unfortunately for Digg, the Bills’ season ended after that major game, as Buffalo lost the AFC Championship Game 38-24.

After the defeat, Digg’s teammates all went to the locker room, while the chiefs celebrated the Lamar Hunt trophy for the second time in a row. But not Diggies. He stayed on the field, as the team at the scene that knocked him out of the dance picked up a trophy at the celebration.

It is difficult to complete what you want to achieve by looking at your opponent. There are not many players in any sport – they remain on the field or on the ice or court to see this happen. But apparently, Diggs felt he had to be out there, to see him well when he fell short in his team’s AFC title game. Perhaps he will use it as a moving inspiration.

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