The Buffalo Bills gave up a load of draft picks to the Minnesota Vikings to get Stefon Diggs and with the haul comes big expectations. The Bills sent the Vikings a first-round pick, fifth-round pick, sixth-round pick and a 2021 fourth-round pick. So what should the expectations look like for Diggs in Buffalo? Let’s breakdown three lofty expectations.

Go about his business quietly

Diggs is a big personality which can be a good thing, but he also became quite the distraction during the end of his run with the Vikings. Diggs loves writing cryptic tweets on his Twitter account, and towards the end of his time with the Vikings it became more and more clear that he wanted to be on a new team.

Diggs also missed practices because of an “illness” and had many sideline blowout with Kirk Cousins. Now that he is on a new team hopefully that changes, but he needs to not be a distraction. He got his wish getting out of Minnesota and now it’s time to let his play on the field do the talking.

Hauls in 1400 yards and 12 touchdowns

Even though Diggs wasn’t happy during the 2019 season with the Vikings, he still had his best season on the field. Diggs played in 15 games catching 63 passes for 1,130 yards and six touchdowns. He also had an impressive 17.9 yards per reception.

The stats were impressive, but with the Vikings, Adam Thielen took away a lot of his production. In 2020, Diggs will be atop the Bills’ receiving depth chart and he will have the ball thrown his way a lot.

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Anything less than 1,400 yards and 12 touchdowns has to be considered a letdown for Diggs. Depending on if the Bills use him more for intermediate routes or deep routes, 120 catches would be a good goal too.

Needs to make all the impressive catches

Back when Case Keenum was the quarterback for the Vikings, Diggs and Thielen made him look better than he actually was playing with some of their impressive catches.

Josh Allen is a good quarterback, but at times he is inconsistent and this is another opportunity for Diggs to really improve a quarterback’s game.

There are probably going to be some passes that look uncatchable, but Diggs is going to have a chance and he is going to need to make the most of them.

Who knows — maybe the Bills can have a “Buffalo Miracle” during the playoffs because of Diggs.