Stefon Diggs berates Bills quarterback Josh Allen during the playoff loss to the Bengals

A furious Stefon Diggs berates Bills quarterback Josh Allen during the playoff loss to the Bengals before “shooting out of the locker room with all his stuff IMMEDIATELY after the final whistle.”

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An irate Stefon Diggs was seen confronting Bills quarterback Josh Allen on the sidelines during Sunday’s Divisional Round playoff loss to the Cincinnati Bengals in Orchard Park, New York, before storming out of the locker room immediately. after the 27-10 loss.

Joe Buscaglia of Athletic reported that Diggs “shot out of the locker room with all his stuff” before the Bills coaches addressed the team after the loss. Diggs was reportedly prevented from leaving the stadium by practice squad running back Duke Johnson, albeit momentarily.

Diggs left shortly thereafter, but only after Sean McDermott addressed the team, the Bills head coach told reporters.

A furious Stefon Diggs was seen confronting Bills quarterback Josh Allen on the sidelines during Sunday's Divisional Round playoff loss to the Cincinnati Bengals in Orchard Park, New York, before immediately exiting the locker room after the 27-10 loss.

A furious Stefon Diggs was seen confronting Bills quarterback Josh Allen on the sidelines during Sunday’s Divisional Round playoff loss to the Cincinnati Bengals in Orchard Park, New York, before immediately exiting the locker room after the 27-10 loss.

Allen’s favorite target the past three seasons, Diggs caught just four passes for 35 yards on Sunday. Meanwhile, Allen was held to just 265 passing yards on 25 of 42 passes, with one interception to boot.

“He’s a competitive guy,” McDermott told reporters afterward. ‘What makes him good is what he wears.

‘Hurts. I wouldn’t want a guy who doesn’t hurt. We risked it all and tonight wasn’t good enough.

“We were waiting for their best shot and they came out and hit us,” said Allen, who finished 25 of 42 for 265 yards and scored on a 1-yard drop. ‘We just didn’t have it today.’

Allen's favorite target for the past three seasons, Diggs caught just four passes for 35 yards on Sunday.

Allen's favorite target for the past three seasons, Diggs caught just four passes for 35 yards on Sunday.

Meanwhile, Allen was held to just 265 passing yards on 25 of 42 passes, with one interception to boot.

Meanwhile, Allen was held to just 265 passing yards on 25 of 42 passes, with one interception to boot.

Allen’s favorite target the past three seasons, Diggs caught just four passes for 35 yards on Sunday. Meanwhile, Allen was held to just 265 passing yards on 25 of 42 passes, with one interception to boot.

The rising Bengals held one of the NFL’s best offenses to a season-low 10 points at Orchard Park on Sunday.

The Cincinnati secondary celebrated their effort by making snow angels in the end zone after Cam Taylor-Britt intercepted Allen’s try at the goal line with 62 seconds remaining, effectively sealing the win.

Diggs’ clear frustration with Allen and the Bills’ offense might not be his last word in Buffalo. The 29-year-old signed a four-year, $96 million contract with the Bills in April, tying him to the club until 2027, when he will be 34 years old.

After Sunday’s loss, McDermott told his players to “keep your head up,” he told reporters.

“Even though this hurts, I am proud of them for the way they have handled themselves with class this year through the ups and downs and adversity they faced.

They’ll take that with them, but for now, this hurts. I wish it was a different result.

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