The Bills bowed out of the playoffs with a 27-24 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs in the Divisional Round on Sunday night, meaning they will have a lot of tough decisions to make this offseason.
One of those decisions will be what to do with Diggs.
It was a very strange second half of the season for Diggs, who did not log a 100-yard performance since Oct. 15. During the Bills’ loss to the Chiefs, he caught just three passes for 21 yards.
Marissa Myers of TWSN.net thinks that the Dallas Cowboys could be a great fit for Diggs.
Behind CeeDee Lamb, the Cowboys don’t really have a ton of depth at the wide receiver position. Brandin Cooks was a disappointment for them this past season, and Michael Gallup has not been the same since tearing his ACL a couple of years back.
A combination of Lamb and Diggs would give Dallas arguably the best tandem of wide outs in football and would certainly make its offense one heck of a challenge to defend.
Diggs is under contract through 2027, so it might make sense for Buffalo to move him now in order to get out of from his deal. His production waned this season, so perhaps it’s time for both sides to make a change.
The 30-year-old initially joined the Bills back in 2020 after coming over in a trade with the Minnesota Vikings. In his debut campaign in Buffalo, Diggs led the NFL in both receptions (127) and receiving yards (1,535) to go along with eight touchdowns.
He made the Pro Bowl each of his first three years with the Bills, but this season, he missed out after finishing with 107 catches for 1,183 yards and eight scores.
Perhaps the Cowboys can make better use of Stefon Diggs’ talents.