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Stephen Diggs stayed on the field to watch the chiefs celebrate the winning game of the AFC championship



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Stephen Diggs had a spectacular debut season with Buffalo Accounts. After arriving in off-season trading from the Minnesota Vikings, Diggs led the NFL in both receptions (1

27) and receiving yards (1,535) and was deservedly named the All-Pro team by the Associated Press.

Diggs also had a great run in the playoffs, catching six passes for 128 yards and a touchdown against the Colts, eight passes for 106 yards and a touchdown against the Ravens and six passes for 77 yards against the Chiefs. Unfortunately for the Diggs, the Bills season ended after the Chiefs’ game as Buffalo lost the AFC Championship Game, 38-24.

After the loss, Diggs’ teammates headed to the locker room as the bosses celebrated their second consecutive Lamar Hunt Trophy. But not Diggs. He stayed on the field as he entered the stage as the team that had just kicked him out of the dance lifted a trophy in celebration.

Watching your opponent celebrate that he has achieved exactly what you wanted to achieve is difficult to do. There is a reason why not many players – in any sport – stay on the field or on the ice or on the court to watch this. But apparently Diggs just felt he had to be there to take a good look at what he missed when his team failed in the AFC title game. Maybe he will use it as motivation forward.




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