Stefon Diggs’ heartfelt speech for Josh Allen is everything to Bills Mafia
The Buffalo Bills advanced to the AFC Championship Game for the first time since 1994 after defeating the Baltimore Ravens in dominant fashion, 17-3. It was truly a special moment for the Bills franchise. The offensive tandem of Josh Allen and Stefon Diggs cherished the occasion as they await the winner between the defending Super Bowl champion Kansas City Chiefs and the Cleveland Browns.
In the post-game interview featuring the two Bills, Diggs expressed his heartfelt admiration for Allen, who has been a revelation this season.
“Playing with this guy, practicing with this guy, he’s a guy that can do it. As a player, you just wanna play for him. He works hard, he busts his a–.” Diggs said as he stopped himself from going NSFW before realizing he was on national TV following the win for the Bills. “I just love this guy, that’s it.”
— Trainwreck Sports (@TrainwreckSprts) January 17, 2021
If the Bills teammates are not part of the best bromance in the entire league, then who is? Look at the way Pick Six Podcast edited this gem of an interview from Diggs.
Josh Allen and Stefon Diggs officially have the NFL's best bromance pic.twitter.com/9QZXCwLDzp
— Pick Six Podcast (@picksixpod) January 17, 2021
Saturday night just proved to be another day in the office for the rising star quarterback as he went 23-of-37 for 206 yards on the night. Meanwhile, Diggs had eight receptions on 106 yards and scored one touchdown off a 3-yard pass from Allen in the third quarter that put the Bills up 10-3 in the third quarter.
As good as Allen and Diggs has been spearheading Buffalo’s offensive attack the entire year, the credit for this game goes to their defense. The game-clinching moment came in the form of a 101-yard interception return from Taron Johnson that gave the Bills a 17-3 that pretty much sealed the game.
The Bills will either go to Kansas City to face the Chiefs or — in the event of a big upset — host the Cleveland Browns in the AFC Championship Game on Sunday, January 24, at 6:40 p.m. Eastern time.