The Buffalo Bills season is over, as is the season for 30 of the 32 NFL teams as we await Super Bowl 56 in Los Angeles.
However, that does not mean that the football playing is over for a couple of notable players this week.
The 2022 NFL Pro Bowl is this weekend and the NFL Pro Bowl Skills Showdown is taking place on Thursday. If you're unfamiliar, it showcases the NFL players at the Pro Bowl and their individual skillsets in throwing, running and catching; along with fun games like dodgeball.
Bills have two players at the Pro Bowl -- wide receiver Stefon Diggs and left tackle Dion Dawkins.
Diggs participated in a catch competition and he went viral with a catch that encompasses what Bills Mafia is known for....jumping through folding tables.
Diggs caught a football on live television, while jumping through a folding table. It was the talk of the Pro Bowl.
Watch it below.
Diggs wasn't stopping there. He also went viral for catching an unbelievable pass from New England Patriots quarterback, Mac Jones, one-handed.
I think the second catch is even more impressive, just because of how difficult it is to catch a ball overhanded like that. One-handed too. That's incredible.
But going through a table is obviously, a huge gesture as well, and hopefully Diggs is okay after doing that. I'm sure Sean McDermott and Brandon Beane were just hoping Stefon didn't get hurt doing that.
Bills fans loved it though, that's for sure.
As for Josh Allen, he declined an invitation to go to the Pro Bowl to rest injuries, but he is participating in the Pebble Beach Pro-Am golf tournament this week!
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