Buffalo Bills wide receiver Stefon Diggs seemed to lose his cool on Sunday afternoon in the AFC Divisional round. The wide receiver was clearly upset with quarterback Josh Allen and showed those emotions on the sidelines when he walked up to him. Allen kept his head down and continued looking at the tablet, not acknowledging his wide receiver's actions.
On Monday, the Bills wide receiver took to Twitter to respond to people's comments about his outburst, saying that fans shouldn't want him to be happy with the way they played.
On FS1's Undisputed on Tuesday morning, Skip Bayless said that he understood where the receiver was coming from when he took to Twitter. He said that what he tweeted may have been a knee-jerk reaction to everyone's opinions. Bayless said:
"He might be another Twitter victim to me where he's just reading so many responses. So many @s. So many mentions. Yeah, he finally says, 'Okay, I've had enough. I'm gonna go bang, bang, bang right back at you.'"
Bayless then went on to say that he feels that the wideout may get frustrated with Allen sometimes for some of the missed passes he has thrown. The co-host said that he has always felt that Josh Allen has been given too much credit too early in his career.
"I just believe he gets increasingly frustrated with his quarterback because I've told you from day one about Josh Allen. He's a little too acclaimed for me already. He's already thrust upon too high of a pedestal that he has not earned yet."
Bayless said while there appeared to be no solution to Allen getting his wideout the ball, the latter let his emotions out:
"So [Diggs] caught one ball for eight yards throughout the second half. It drove Stefon Diggs out of his mind until he lost it... There is no logic left. So he's grandstanding, showing up in front of the world."
Eli Apple roasts Stefon Diggs and Josh Allen after AFC Divisional round game
Cincinnati Bengals cornerback Eli Apple is known for being vocal. After his Bengals defeated the Bills, Apple took to Twitter to add his own comments about the interaction between Josh Allen and Stefon Diggs.
Eli Apple joked that someone needed to sign the two up for couples therapy to deal with their issues.
"Someone get them in couples therapy @JoshAllenQB and @stefondiggs."