It looks like the Buffalo Bills have finally made their way back on top of the AFC East for the first time since 1995 thanks to Bill Belichick sneaky being a terrible GM but most importantly, due to the arm of the 2020 NFL MVP, Josh Allen.
On Sunday, the Bills devoured the Seahawks defense in a 44-33 win entering the game as underdogs. Allen went 31-for-38 passing for 415 yards, 3 touchdowns in the air and a rushing TD.
Do your dance!
— Buffalo Bills (@BuffaloBills) November 8, 2020
My big goofy son is so good at football but I’ve talked about Josh Allen enough. He’s a beast and put the best team in the NFC on his keychain, as to be expected.
Instead, I want to focus on his new star receiver: Stefon Diggs.
Stefon Diggs currently leads the NFL in receptions (63) and receiving yards (813). Stefon Diggs has come a long way. Losing his father due to heart failure, Diggs had to be the man of the house and raise his younger brothers when he was just a teenager.
After busting his ass to make it to the NFL, he was drafted by the Minnesota Vikings and forced to play for check down lords, Teddy Bridgewater and Sam Bradford.
Sammy Bradford has had so many shoulder surgeries that I’m pretty sure he physically was incapable of throwing the ball further than 5-yards by the time he landed in Minnesota.
My favorite Vikings QB season of Diggs’s career was 2019 when both Teddy and Sammy were on the roster and both got injured opening the door for Case Keenum to come in and define mediocrity for all quarterbacks. Vikings just fucking LOVE having the 20th best QB. It’s their favorite late-night snack.
And just when you thought it couldn’t get worse, Minnesota went out and gave Robert Griffin III’s backup the biggest guaranteed contract in NFL history as Kirk Cousins came to town to frustrate Stefon Diggs to the point where he pretty much quit the team and waited to be traded.
Cousins was afraid to take deep shots when Diggs and Adam Thielen were open downfield and when he did take those shots he often just closed his eyes and chucked the ball into the stands and sadly, he was the best QB Diggs had ever played with before being traded to Buffalo this past offseason.
At 26 years of age, Stefon Diggs is having the best season in the league. He’s outplaying the likes of DeAndre Hopkins, Odell Beckham and Julio Jones. He has emerged at the best receiver in the NFL and he absolutely deserves this.
Bills in 4.