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Bills Star Expresses His Frustration With Team’s Lack Of Playoff Success

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Sometimes, it seems like the Buffalo Bills have been cursed.

They’ve made it to the Super Bowl four times, yet they haven’t won the Vince Lombardi trophy.

Moreover, they were considered the team to beat in the AFC this season, but once again, they couldn’t get the job done when it mattered the most.

That’s why superstar wideout Stefon Diggs can’t wrap his head around what’s missing for them.

In a recent episode of HBO’s The Shop, Diggs talked about how close they’ve been and how it all might come down to better execution down the stretch.

Bills WR @stefondiggs is frustrated with Buffalo’s lack of playoff success. (@HBOTheShop)

“It doesn’t make sense. I’ll rack my brain with this sh-t at this point. Why sh-t ain’t coming together?”

— Dov Kleiman (@NFL_DovKleiman) March 10, 2023

Diggs claimed that the Minnesota Vikings traded him there because they thought the team was never gonna be successful, which obviously wasn’t the case.

But as good as they’ve been in the regular season, there has to come to a point where winning 12 or more games a year just isn’t good enough.

Diggs didn’t hesitate to show his frustration after their playoff loss last season, and while his attitude might not have been the best for his teammate, he claims he’s never going to apologize for being angry about losing.

Josh Allen has made big strides over the past couple of seasons.

He’s an MVP candidate and the kind of guy who could single-handedly will his team to a win on almost any given night, and his chemistry with Diggs is more than evident.

So, yes, they’ll continue to be contenders for years to come, so let’s hope they can finally get over the hump somewhere down the line.

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