Buffalo Payments vast receiver Stefon Diggs let his frustrations present throughout Sunday’s divisional spherical loss to the Cincinnati Bengals, vocalizing that to quarterback Josh Allen on the sideline late within the sport earlier than ultimately making a fast exit from Highmark Stadium.
Reviews after the sport indicated that Diggs tried to go away the locker room together with his issues earlier than the coaches addressed the group however was stopped by apply squad working again Duke Johnson.
Payments head coach Sean McDermott was requested after the sport about Diggs’ rush to go away the stadium and recommended the three-time Professional Bowl wideout’s ardour.
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“He’s a aggressive man and that’s what makes him good, is what you noticed. He’s very aggressive, like all of us are. We work extraordinarily arduous at these jobs to be the most effective we will presumably be and it hurts. I wouldn’t need a man that it doesn’t damage,” McDermott mentioned throughout his postgame presser.
“He put all of it on the road on the market. We put all of it out on the road and tonight it wasn’t ok and that’s the half that stings.”
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McDermott clarified that Diggs was within the locker room when he lastly spoke to the group.
“He was in there after I addressed the group and that’s what issues most.”
The Bengals return to the AFC Championship for the second consecutive 12 months for the primary time in franchise historical past after a 27-10 rout of the previous Tremendous Bowl favorites.
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“I’m pleased with them despite the fact that this hurts. Pleased with them in the way in which they dealt with themselves with class this 12 months within the ups and downs and adversity they confronted, and I feel they’ll take that with them, however for proper now this stings,” McDermott added.
“I want it was a unique consequence.”