Buffalo Bills Star Stefon Diggs Can’t Understand Why The Team Can’t Win A Super Bowl

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The Buffalo Bills have been closer to any team in the league to win a Super Bowl, having made it four times in a row in the 1990s, and one time coming within a missed field goal of winning it.

And, they have a roster that is good enough to win one right now. They’ve got the franchise quarterback in Josh Allen, a great defense, and excellent weapons. The biggest weapon is stud receiver Stefon Diggs. Since coming over from the Vikings in 2020, he’s had three seasons of over 1200 yards, and has had two seasons where he has been named an All-Pro. In 2022, he caught 108 balls for 1,429 yards and 11 touchdowns, proving once again that he is one of the league’s best players.

But, the Bills have fallen short the past two years in the AFC divisional round. and, Stefon Diggs is pretty fed up about it.

Diggs went to talk radio and sounded off. Here are more details, courtesy of the article.

Appearing on The Shop , Diggs said nothing about leaving his current team. He said plenty about his efforts to understand his current team’s inability to fulfill its full potential.

“It doesn’t make sense, ” Diggs said, via Sal Capaccio of WGR 550. “I’ll rack my brain with this shit at this point. . . . I think it’s more execution than anything. sh*t is small little pieces on why it’s not going right . . . We’ve got the players. We’ve got the plays. Why sh*t ain’t coming together? That’s where you draw some of those questions. I never want to question who I am, I never want to question how I am. I’m giving this sh*t everything I’ve got. I’m dying on the hill for that.”

I think he’s overreacting here a little bit. The Bills can absolutely win a Super Bowl soon. They’re hard to win! Only one team gets to do it each year! Just be patient, Stefon.

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Garrett Carr is a recent graduate of Penn State University and a BroBible writer who focuses on NFL, College Football, MLB, and he currently resides in Pennsylvania.