Stefon Diggs Calls Out ESPN Analyst on Social Media
The Buffalo Bills were back to their old self last Sunday, with a dominating victory over the Las Vegas Raiders at Highmark Stadium in week 2. The final score was 38-10.
Josh Allen was back to playing great, throwing for over 270 yards and three touchdowns.
Allen didn't throw a touchdown to wide receiver Stefon Diggs, but the two hooked up for a score in the Monday Night Football loss to the Jets in week 1
Diggs has been great through games, as he works the short to intermediate part of the field. Allen and Diggs look to be on the same page in week 3 against the Commanders in Washington this Sunday.
Most fans know that Stefon's little brother Trevon Diggs is the number one cornerback for the Dallas Cowboys. The Cowboys also have the best defense in the NFL at the moment, routing the Giants and Jets in the first two weeks of the season.
There was horrible news on Thursday, however, as Trevon Diggs hurt his knee at practice and will miss the remainder of the 2023 season. He will have ACL reconstruction surgery and start the rehab process.
On Friday morning, former Ravens and Jets linebacker, Bart Scott, seemed to make light of the injury as he referenced a Stephen A. Smith quote "just wait, something bad always happens," in regards to the Cowboys season.
Smith and fellow former NFL player, Ryan Clark, tell Scott to not do that right now, in light of a player getting hurt.
Many fans and current players did not take kindly to what Scott said, including Stefon Diggs.
He responded on X (formerly Twitter) today.
Whether Scott's intentions were lighthearted or misinterpreted, it shouldn't have been said.
Hoping for a speedy and full recovery for Trevon Diggs in 2024.