After a heartbreaking loss on Monday Night Football, the Buffalo Bills are officially outside the AFC playoff picture heading into Week 11. The Bills dropped a heartbreaker to the Denver Broncos, 24-22, on a walk-off field goal that the kicker initially missed, but Buffalo got hit with a flag for 12 men on the field. Surprisingly, Buffalo star wideout Stefon Diggs struggled, catching just 3-of-5 targets for 34 yards. With the low input and the team’s costly miscue with just a second remaining in the game, Diggs’ brother, Trevon, took to Twitter (also known as X) to share his thoughts.
Man 14 Gotta get up outta there 😫😭
— SEVEN (@TrevonDiggs) November 14, 2023
The younger Diggs did not mince words, calling for his brother to leave Buffalo with the Bills losers of three of their last four. Stefon Diggs’ happiness in Buffalo has remained a hot topic of discussion since having a visual outburst on the sidelines during their team’s playoff loss against the Cincinnati Bengals last year.
Buffalo Bills: Massive Midseason Struggles
The Buffalo Bills, mainly quarterback Josh Allen, have been all out of sorts, dating back to their season-opening loss to the New York Jets. Allen entered Monday night with 24 touchdowns to nine interceptions and two fumbles. Allen played arguably his worst game of the year in Week 10, throwing for 15-of-26 for 177 yards and one touchdown against three turnovers.
However, he ran for the go-ahead touchdown with two minutes remaining, only for the Broncos’ Will Lutz to hammer home a 36-yard field goal as the clock expired. Lutz initially missed the game-winner from 41 yards out, but the Broncos got caught with 12 men on the field. The Bills host the New York Jets on Sunday before starting a three-game stretch against the Kansas City Chiefs, Philadelphia Eagles, and Dallas Cowboys.
Trevon Diggs: Recruiting his Brother?
Trevon Diggs played just two games this season before suffering a season-ending torn ACL. Diggs remains active on social media as he continues his slow recovery back onto the football field. Still, the Alabama product was overly enthusiastic on Monday Night, including tweeting about his brother leaving Dallas. The All-Pro corner tweeted in March of 2022 that he always wanted to play on the same team as his brother and that a reunion in Dallas would be picture-perfect.