In his first season with the Buffalo Bills, wide beneficiary Stefon Diggs has ended up on the Bills record books for the subsequent time. With a catch right off the bat in the first quarter against the Denver Broncos in Week 15, Diggs outperformed the record of 100 gets, set by Eric Molds in 2002.
Presently, in the Bills’ Week 16 matchup against the New England Patriots, Stefon Diggs has passed Molds once more for most accepting yards in a solitary season with 1383 yards. Diggs outperformed the record on his 50-yard catch and run score in the subsequent quarter. The past record of 1,368 yards, has been remaining since Molds did it in 1998 with Doug Flutie and Rob Johnson as his quarterbacks.
Diggs has just outperformed his career high in gets (102), which was set in 2018 and his profession high in accepting yards (1,130) set in 2019.
Presently, in his first year with the Buffalo Bills in the wake of being exchanged by the Minnesota Vikings in the offseason, Diggs winds up setting new guidelines for the Bills’ record books.