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Members of the Buffalo Bills in a 2020 game against the New England Patriots.

A dramatic, thrilling scene from a long-running TV soap opera is probably one of the last places Bills Mafia would expect star receiver Stefon Diggs to come into discussion, but this odd combination came to fruition recently.

As part of an ongoing ad group to promote upcoming new episodes for Love glory and beauty, CBS – which houses the program and NFL on CBS – Did two characters named Hope and Liam take part in an intense argument over… fantasy football?

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In most fantasy football leagues, the championship game takes place in week 16 of the NFL season. Thinking back to Diggs’ “nuclear” effort in Week 16 against the New England Patriots, we can see why Liam lost.

Seeing the clip, Diggs even responded with a cheeky backlash on Twitter.


Diggs’ week 16 performance against the Patriots was epic

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GettyBuffalo Bills wide receiver Stefon Diggs in a game against the New England Patriots in 2020.

Ahead of the start of the 2021 season, let’s go back to one of the many highlights from the past year. On a four-game winning streak heading into Week 16 against rival-Pats in New England, the 11-3 Bills were fortunate enough to assert themselves as the main threat for the Kansas City Chiefs in AFC, while also putting the last nail in the coffin of Bill Belichick’s team.

In national television Monday night football battle, Diggs had an unforgettable night, racking up nine receptions on 11 targets for 145 yards and three touchdowns to lead the Bills in a 38-9 laugh. Diggs was Josh Allen’s favorite target that night and throughout the season, as he tallied 127 receptions, a league record and 1,535 absurd receiving yards.

Unsurprisingly, the 27-year-old forward and one of the best players in the NFL, took home the AFC’s Offensive Player of the Week honors after the blast. With recent injuries and COVID-19 issues plaguing the Bills receiving body, it’s nice for Buffalo fans to have a reliable weapon like Diggs.

With Diggs at the head of a group that includes slots catcher Cole Beasley, fourth-year pro Isaiah McKenzie and others, the Bills could bequeath to retired Terrell Owens and recently released Steven Sims.


Where does Diggs rank ahead of the 2021 Fantasy Football season?

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GettyTampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Mike Evans and Green Bay Packers wide receiver Davante Adams in the 2019 Pro Bowl.

Since Liam made it to his league title game last season – maybe Love glory and beauty the cast has a league – chances are they had a pretty solid draft, even though they didn’t pick Diggs. After last year’s huge campaign that saw him be named to his first Pro Bowl and be part of the All-Pro First Team, the No.14 is deservedly ranked high on the draft boards. experts before the last weekend for the drafts.

Depending on league settings – non-PPR, PPR 1/2 point, PPR, etc. – Diggs appears to be ranked second, third, fourth or fifth wide receiver off the board. Green Bay Packers wide receiver Davante Adams was the near-consensus No.1 player for the fantasy job this summer, while names like DeAndre Hopkins of the Arizona Cardinals, Calvin Ridley of the Atlanta Falcons and Tyreek Hill of the Kansas City Chiefs also are generally placed in the top five group of fantastic wideouts.

The preseason is over and fantasy football is just around the corner, so “hopefully” – for Liam’s sake, it will never be done by Diggs again.

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