Bills’ Stefon Diggs has one regret following 3 TD outing vs. Miami Dolphins

Stefon Diggs is a big fan of the WWE’s Attitude Era.

The Buffalo Bills wide receiver has been seen wearing pro wrestling t-shirts from time to time and on Sunday, Diggs channeled his inner “Stone Cold” Steve Austin following his first touchdown of the game. Diggs found a Bills fan in the end zone, grabbed two of his beers and smashed them together.

Perhaps the celebration is something Diggs needs to do more often as he would go on to catch six passes for 120 yards and three touchdowns in the team’s 48-20 win. Diggs certainly had plenty of fun between the beer celebration, singing the Shout song along with fans after touchdowns and more, but he did admit post-game that he had one regret about his first celebration of the day.

“Yeah, I owe somebody 18 bucks,” Diggs said with a smile following the blowout win.

Beer at Highmark Stadium is not cheap so that fan was down close to $20, but there’s a good chance the Bills Mafia member in question ended up being perfectly fine with his viral moment.


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