Trevon Diggs lambastes Josh Allen, pleads to get brother out of Buffalo

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The Buffalo Bills suffered a frustrating 24-22 home loss on Monday night at the hands of the Denver Broncos. Bills wide receiver Stefon Diggs had a modest three catches for 34 yards in the stunning defeat. Shortly after the game, Stefon’s brother Trevon, the Dallas Cowboys cornerback who is out for the season due to a knee injury, posted on social media in defense of Stefon while simultaneously taking a jab at Buffalo.

“Man 14 Gotta get up outta there,” Trevon wrote, referencing Stefon, who wears No. 14.

Trevon’s post on X came just after the Bills’ deflating Week 10 loss. The Bills had four costly turnovers in the game, with quarterback Josh Allen (two interceptions, one lost fumble) the primary culprit of three of them. Allen now leads the NFL with 11 interceptions.

‘Shouldn’t have been in that position in the first place,’ Allen said postgame. ‘A lot of bad football. A lot of bad football.’

The loss dropped the defending AFC East champion Bills to 5-5 on the season and second in the division behind the 6-3 Miami Dolphins.

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Trevon wasn’t done firing off social media posts. Less than 24 hours after the game, he took a direct shot at Allen.

‘Let’s not forget, he didn’t start going off till bro got there,’ Trevon wrote in reference to Allen.

The Bills acquired Stefon in a trade with the Minnesota Vikings in 2020. Allen was named a second-team All-Pro in 2020 and he’s had two Pro Bowl trips since the wideout’s arrival.

However, old wounds resurfaced following Monday’s disappointing defeat.

Trevon’s post on social media is just the latest in an ongoing saga between Stefon and the Bills.

The Bills wide receiver was noticeably frustrated during Buffalo’s playoff loss to the Cincinnati Bengals. His frustrations boiled over to the offseason when he was absent during a portion of the Bills’ mandatory minicamp. His agitation this offseason reportedly stemmed from his role in the Bills offense.

Monday’s loss to the Broncos surely isn’t going over well with the Diggs brothers. Trevon confirmed as much through multiple social media posts.

Follow USA TODAY Sports’ Tyler Dragon on X @TheTylerDragon.

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