ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (WIVB) – Bills general manager Brandon Bean looked shaken Tuesday after being held to 35 yards in the Bills playoff loss to the Bengals, a highly talented He said he could “endure” displays of frustration from receiver Stephon Diggs.
was like diggs Yelling at quarterback Josh Allen He was on the sidelines late in the game and was spotted leaving the Bills’ locker room shortly after the game ended. He had to be persuaded by his teammates to attend manager Sean McDermott’s post-game speech.
Continuing the recent trend, Diggs didn’t meet the media after the game, but posted his thoughts on Twitter Monday night.no,” he said I have written“You want our level of play to be okay even if it’s not up to par? Nope.”
“Steph is a competitor. I’d rather have someone like that,” Bean said. I want someone I have to cool down with.He wants to win.I can live with that.
Bills acquired Diggs from Minnesota in 2020, where his emotional displays also made headlines. He earned a Pro Bowl nod in each of his first three seasons in Buffalo.
“I’ve been around people asking, ‘Are they here for Monday’s paycheck?'” Bean said. “Stephon Diggs is getting paid very well. He could say, ‘Okay, I’m ready. Private, he can take the jet and he can do whatever he wants.’ rice field. he wants to win So he wears his emotions on his sleeve. But that’s what makes him really, really good. That’s who Steph came out of (from college).
“I have warts too,” Bean added. “Some things about me won’t change you. I’m an emotional guy too. If I lose there, I might feel worse than Steph.”
“Guys are competitive. I don’t want to lose. It’s not fun to lose,” quarterback Josh Allen said after the game. We have to stay there and keep moving forward.”
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