Stefon Diggs is a great receiver, but if it were a few inches taller, it would be on hardwood. Diggs spoke to FanSided on Tuesday afternoon on behalf of SNICKERS.
Stefon Diggs may be a passing star for the undefeated Buffalo Bills, but he still believes he could have been a dominant scorer in the NBA.
Diggs also thinks he can handle Bills quarterback Josh Allen any time on the basketball court.
Diggs cracked: “He can’t beat me in the rings.” “You guys, follow the comments section. He can’t beat me.”
On Tuesday, Diggs touched on a variety of topics during his Stacking The Box Podcast with Sterling Holmes and Matt Verderam. The Pro Bowler got into the details of how he saw Buffalo’s chance of winning the Super Bowl, and continued with a tough fight in the AFC East against the Miami Dolphins this weekend at Hard Rock.
However, Diggs insists he did not consider playing against the Kansas City Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium in Week Six, when he visits the Bills for the third year in a row. In each of the last two seasons, the Diggs season has ended in place, including last year’s 13 Seconds classic.
That night, Diggs said he knew the game wasn’t over at any point, due in large part to his high drama charm as a member of the Minnesota Vikings when they beat the New Orleans Saints on the 2017 NFC Tour.
“I was just trying to catch the ball and get out of the bounds,” Diggs recalls of the Minneapolis Miracle. “But I caught the ball and didn’t feel any connection, something must happen to him. I’m about to run. Then I said it, I’m going for the goal.”
Through two games this season, Diggs has 270 yards, ranking second in the NFL only behind Tyreek Hill of Miami.
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