- By Josh Clark
Stefon Diggs first Bill to leave locker room after loss
Stefon Diggs was reportedly the first Buffalo Bill to leave the locker room after the team’s decisive loss against Cincinnati.
But the Bills wide reciever was apparently aiming to have the last word about it Monday on Twitter.
“Want me to be okay with our level of play when it’s not up to the standard?” Diggs wrote of the attention he received for being aggravated on the sideline and leaving abruptly after the game.
Reportedly, Diggs exited the locker room even before some coaches exited the tunnel.
On Monday, Diggs added in a separate Tweet that it was apparently easier for people to get mad about his reation than the team’s on-field performance.
The Bills dominated much of the year before stumbling late in the season — a trend that continued through the playoffs.
The team barely beat a banged-up Miami Dolphins team that started a rookie unrestricted free agent at QB. On Sunday, the team was outplayed for four quarters by the Cincinnati Bengals, exiting the playoffs early during a season they were considered a Super Bowl favorite
A tough pill to swallow for Bills Mafia fans — and Diggs apparently.
“Want me to be OK with losing?” he added in another Tweet. “Nah.”
Diggs was acquired three seasons ago in a trade with Minnesota.
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