Buffalo Bills wide receiver Stefon Diggs’ stance on quarterback Josh Allen was the talk of the town after losing to the Cincinnati Bengals in the NFL’s second round playoff game.
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On a fourth down and six yards left in the fourth quarter, Allen threw the ball to Gabriel Davis, who failed to catch that pass, rather than to Number 14. Subsequently, the CBS network television cameras caught Diggs in footage as he yelled at his teammate and thought he should have aimed his relay at him. Allen didn’t respond to his Star receiver.
“He wants the ball. We couldn’t give him the ball tonight [dimanche] and we have to learn from it,” Allen said of Diggs, who was not made available to the media after the encounter.
“He’s very competitive, like all of us. We work very hard to be the best and it hurts,” added their head coach Sean McDermott.
The AFC Eastern Division champions’ center had a tough game. The 6-foot-5 quarterback completed just 25 of 42 passes and failed to score a touchdown and an interception in a 27-10 loss.