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Cowboys’ Trevon Diggs Call Out Josh Allen, Pleads To Get Brother Out Of Buffalo


The Denver Broncos defeated the Buffalo Bills 24–22 at home on Monday night, causing frustration. In the shocking loss, Bills wide receiver Stefon Diggs managed just three receptions for 34 yards. Trevon, the brother of Stefon and a cornerback for the Dallas Cowboys who is sidelined for the season with a knee injury, took a jab at Buffalo and posted on social media shortly after the game.

“Man 14 Gotta get up outta there,” Trevon wrote, referencing Stefon, who wears No. 14.

Not long after the Bills’ devastating Week 10 defeat, Trevon posted on X. The game saw four costly turnovers for the Bills, with Josh Allen, the quarterback, being the main culprit on three of them (two interceptions and one lost fumble). Allen now has the most interceptions in the NFL (11).

“Shouldn’t have been in that position in the first place,” Allen said postgame. “A lot of bad football. A lot of bad football.”

The defeat left the reigning AFC East champion Bills at 5-5 overall and second in the division behind the Miami Dolphins, who are at 6-3.

Trevon didn’t stop posting on social media. He shot Allen straight less than a day after the game.

“Let’s not forget, he didn’t start going off till bro got there,” Trevon wrote in reference to Allen.

In 2020, Stefon was acquired by the Bills through a trade with the Minnesota Vikings. Since the wideout’s arrival, Allen has been selected to two Pro Bowls and was named a second-team All-Pro in 2020.

But following Monday’s disappointing loss, old scars came back.

The latest development in the ongoing drama between Stefon and the Bills is Trevon’s social media post.

The wide receiver for the Buffalo Bills was visibly irritated during Buffalo’s playoff defeat by the Cincinnati Bengals. His offseason absence during part of the Bills’ mandatory minicamp caused him to lose his cool. His role in the Bills offense is said to have contributed to his agitation this offseason.

The Diggs brothers are definitely not feeling well following Monday’s loss to the Broncos. Trevon used several social media posts to reaffirm this.

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