Stefon Diggs tells Patriots fans exactly where to go after crucial touchdown catch

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  • Buffalo Bills
    Buffalo Bills
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  • Stefon Diggs
    Stefon Diggs
    American football player
  • Josh Allen
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With 1:53 left in the first half of the Bills’ Sunday game against the Patriots, Buffalo quarterback Josh Allen tried to hit receiver Stefon Diggs, his favorite target, in the end zone from the New England 12-yard line. It was an incomplete pass, and both Diggs and Allen were less than happy that cornerback J.C. Jackson was not called for pass interference in the end zone.

On the next play, Allen connected with Diggs for the touchdown pass over the middle. Apparently, Diggs had heard more than he wanted to from Patriots fans, because he had more than a few things to say to New England’s end zone denizens.

The touchdown put the Bills up 17-7 in a game they desperately need to keep their AFC East hopes alive.

We are guessing that Diggs was not determining which Patriots fans would receive four calling birds, three French hens, two turtle doves, and a partridge in a pear tree.