VIDEO: Stefon Diggs Embarrasses Defender and Makes Insane One-Handed Catch in Training Camp
There's no denying that the Buffalo Bills are surrounded by hype heading into the 2022 NFL season. The roster is filled with talent on both sides of the football, including wide receiver Stefon Diggs. He put on a show in training camp by embarrassing a defender and making an insane one-handed grab.
Buffalo Bills Training Camp
Diggs used his acceleration off the line of scrimmage to immediately get cornerback Dane Jackson behind him. Once he got to the top of his route, he faked a cut to the inside that dropped Jackson to the ground. Diggs then reached out to grab the pass with just his right hand before tapping his toes.
Keep in mind this isn't even the first time Diggs has gone viral for a play in training camp this summer. The two-time Pro Bowler hauled in a contested touchdown catch last week that gave fans in attendance a sneak peek at his true potential. Of course, Diggs scored a career-high 10 TD in 2021.
The simple fact is that Diggs has done nothing but produce since being traded to Buffalo in March of 2020. Over the course of 33 game played, the 28-year-old has logged 2,760 yards and 18 touchdowns on 230 receptions. Diggs' efforts in 2020 also led to the first All-Pro nod of his career.
The Bills are going to need another big year from Diggs to have a chance at making their first Super Bowl appearance since 1994. After all, both the New England Patriots and Miami Dolphins posted a top-10 pass defense DVOA rating last season. Beating divisional rivals is going to be crucial.
Buffalo has the best odds to win Super Bowl 57 at +650, according to FanDuel Sportsbook.
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