Trevon Diggs Tweets Reaction to Stefon’s Trade From Bills

Dallas Cowboys cornerback Trevon Diggs gave his reaction to his brother being traded to the Houston Texans.
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The Buffalo Bills surprisingly traded star wide receiver Stefon Diggs to the Houston Texans on Wednesday, which caught Bills fans off guard and Diggs’ brother, Trevon. 

Diggs has established himself as one of the better wide receivers in the league and has helped the Bills become one of the best teams in the AFC over the last few years. However, Stefon will join a young Houston Texans squad, which exceeded everybody’s expectations last year with a rookie head coach (DeMeco Ryans) and rookie quarterback (C.J. Stroud).

Stefon’s, younger brother Trevon, who is a starting cornerback for the Dallas Cowboys, didn’t seem enthusiastic about the trade. The Cowboys cornerback took to Twitter and said “3 #1’s is crazy.”

The Cowboys defensive back is likely referring to the Texans’ revamped receiver core, which now features Diggs, Nico Collins, and Tank Dell. Last season with the Texans, Collins and Dell became one of the more exciting duos in the league.

Dell exploded onto the scene as a scene with 47 receptions (75 targets) for 709 yards and seven touchdowns. If he didn’t get hurt in Week 13 against the Denver Broncos, there’s a chance that Dell would’ve had 1,000 receiving yards.

Meanwhile, Collins took a massive step forward in his career, which can be attributed to the play of C.J. Stroud. Collins had 80 receptions (109 targets) for 1,297 yards, and eight scores, which were career highs. Then when you add Stefon Diggs into the mix, it makes the Texans’ offense much more explosive and tough to defend.

Trevon Diggs and the Cowboys’ defense will get a chance to fall off against Stefon and the Texans’ offense this coming season, which will be fun to watch. 

Trevon and Stefon were supposed to play each other last season when Dallas made the trip to Buffalo. However, Trevon missed the entire 2023 campaign with a torn torn ACL.

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