Stefon Diggs' first season with the Buffalo Bills could not have gone much better.
The sixth-year wideout, traded by the Minnesota Vikings during the offseason, earned the first All-Pro honors of his career after he led the NFL in catches (127) and yards (1,535) with eight touchdowns.
The only thing missing is a trip to the Super Bowl. Instead, the Kansas City Chiefs will represent the AFC after they defeated the Bills 38-24 during the AFC Championship Game on Sunday.
And as the Chiefs were bestowed the Lamar Hunt Trophy for the second consecutive season, Diggs was the lone Buffalo player to remain on the field to watch the celebration.
Stefon Diggs is the only Bills player left on the field. He’s watching the Chiefs ceremony. pic.twitter.com/IzTuXuQ0oT
After an All-Pro season, @stefondiggs stayed on the field to watch the Chiefs’ AFC Championship ceremony. 💯 #BUFvsKCpic.twitter.com/fNghAmvn1g
Diggs caught six passes for 77 yards on 11 targets in the loss.
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