Trevon Diggs tuned in to “Monday Night Football” to witness his brother Stefon Diggs and the Buffalo Bills facing off against the Denver Broncos. However, the Dallas Cowboys cornerback was less than pleased with the outcome.
In a close match at Highmark Stadium in Orchard Park, N.Y., the Bills suffered a narrow 24-22 defeat to the Broncos. Buffalo’s chances slipped away in the final moments, with a crucial error paving the way for Broncos kicker Wil Lutz to secure a game-winning 36-yard field goal. The conclusion left Bills quarterback Josh Allen visibly stunned.
This loss marked the Bills’ third in their last four games, raising concerns about their performance. After the game, Trevon expressed his discontent on social media.
“Man 14 Gotta get up outta there,” conveyed the younger Diggs brother.
The implication behind Trevon’s message was clear – he suggested that his older brother Stefon, who wears jersey number 14, should consider leaving Buffalo. Speculations about Stefon’s dissatisfaction with the Bills and, potentially, with Allen had surfaced during the offseason. Therefore, Trevon’s post added fuel to the perception that Stefon might not be content with his current situation in Buffalo.
Despite the Bills entering the season with high expectations as potential Super Bowl contenders, their recent struggles, following a promising 3-1 start, have left them with a 5-5 record and outside the playoff picture in the competitive AFC.