Stefon Diggs said he played in postseason with torn oblique

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Cole Beasley wasn’t the only Bills receiver who played through a significant injury in the postseason.

Stefon Diggs recently revealed that he had a torn oblique muscle.

Diggs first appeared on the injury report in the wild-card round with the oblique problem. He was limited in practice on Wednesday and Friday, and he didn’t practice on Thursday. He received a “questionable” designation for the win over the Colts.

For each of the next two games, Diggs was limited on Wednesday and Thursday, fully participated on Friday, and had no injury designation for the games.

Despite the injury, he caught 20 passes for 311 yards and two touchdowns in the postseason.

Beasley played with a broken bone in his leg. He caught 14 passes for 145 yards in the three playoff games.

16 responses to “Stefon Diggs said he played in postseason with torn oblique

  1. Welcome to Buffalo where you can play with a torn muscle and a broken bone, but not if you do not have your vaccine.

  2. Didn’t need any obliques to torch JC Jackson. Not sure what BB is doing at corner.

  3. Gabriel Davis also had a severe ankle sprain.
    No Moss for the KC game.
    Health is wealth.

  4. Scary after the season he had what he could have done in the playoffs if healthy.

  5. When are these Bills going to stop making excuses? It didn’t even matter, they couldn’t stop the Chiefs. Last time I check it was 38-9.

  6. markdavisbarber says:
    May 8, 2021 at 6:51 pm
    Welcome to Buffalo where you can play with a torn muscle and a broken bone, but not if you do not have your vaccine.
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    You can’t spread a torn oblique or a broken leg..

  7. Why is Diggs revealing this now, if he was already on the injury report? He performed well but It seems he needs more reason for the loss.

  8. Stefon Diggs recently revealed that he had a torn oblique muscle.
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    To be taken with a grain of salt!

  9. Scary after the season he had what he could have done in the playoffs if healthy.

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    He basically hit his season averages in the playoffs.
    Season averages – 8 catches for 95 yards
    Playoff averages – 7 catches for 104 yards

  10. The Bills have a great passing offense. The problem with the Bills is the run game, they dont even try to run it.

    In the 2020 playoffs here are the attempts by RB’s and the yards they got:
    Vs Indy 10 att 42 yards
    Vs Balt 9 att 29 yards
    Vs KC 9 att 32 yards

    Against both Balt and KC Allen scrambled for decent yardage on pass plays, but if theres no threat of a standard run game at all, you are one dimensional and the better (playoff) defenses can scheme for it.. Neither game was good offensively, or at the very least was substandard for the 2020 Bills.

    They need more balance.

  11. The Bills and KC aren’t as far apart as it would appear in the AFCCG.

    Every wideout for the Bills had a significant injury. That’s why they weren’t getting separation. KC’s defense wasn’t all of a sudden incredible.

    Can’t wait for the rematch.

  12. Strain and tear are way different. Me thinks he is exaggerating. Diggs does like him some attention.

  13. everyone plays hurt in the playoffs;

    otherwise, someone takes your position and next day you’re out of a job;

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