Football doesn’t stop. Jalen Ramsey, Marquette King, Devonta Freeman, Jared Goff, Stefon Diggs and Travis Kelce show that next season starts now.
This will never get old for Diggs.
When Vikings receiver Stefon Diggs made the rounds on Tuesday at Radio Row in Minnesota, he was asked plenty of questions about the Minneapolis Miracle — the catch, turn, and run that helped the Vikings somehow defeat the Saints in the divisional round. So will Diggs ever get sick of talking about the play? “No,” [more]
It’s Tuesday of Super Bowl week, and the PFT PM podcast gives you extended access to three of the biggest names in the NFL. Tuesday’s show has full, unabridged interviews with Washington (for now) quarterback Kirk Cousins, Vikings receiver Stefon Diggs, and Chiefs (for now) quarterback Alex Smith. Check it out below, and get ready [more]
Vikings receiver Stefon Diggs, who caught the pass that became the #MinneapolisMiracle, joined the set of PFT Live on Tuesday to discuss Teddy Bridgewater‘s miraculous recovery from a serious knee injury. And Diggs explained that Bridgewater’s extended absence from the game helped him to improve his understanding of the game. “As a quarterback, I would [more]
On John Malkovich, Stefon Diggs, and a Super Bowl that has all the narratives you need. CBS ran a tease featuring the actor John Malkovich before the AFC Championship game on Sunday. It was one of those spots that’s designed to make you feel invincible. Show More Summary
These bad boys are dope. Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Stefon Diggs is rocking some sleek cleats for the NFC Championship game against the Philadelphia Eagles. For Sunday evening’s game in Philadelphia, Diggs is wearing dope cleats...Show More Summary
Maybe Sean Payton is actually a good sport after all. The New Orleans Saints head coach had everyone thinking otherwise when he was caught mocking Vikings fans last weekend with their own ‘SKOL’ chant just seconds before Stefon Diggs did the unthinkable and won the game for Minnesota with a walk-off, game-winning touchdown. Vikings fans […]
Mike Zimmer’s built a machine that consistently makes life miserable for offenses facing the Vikings. Everyone will remember the 2017 Vikings for Stefon Diggs’s miracle walk-off touchdown against the Saints. But Minnesota’s defense has...Show More Summary
Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. has already signaled that he’s excited to work with presumptive coach Pat Shurmur. And the guy who made the latest big play called by the Vikings offensive coordinator said Beckham ought to be excited. Vikings wideout Stefon Diggs told Pat Leonard of the New York Daily News that Beckham [more]
Mike McClure has won over $1M playing Fantasy football and gives his optimal Championship Sunday lineup
chef’s kiss The Atlanta Hawks beat the New Orleans Pelicans last night thanks to a Kent Bazemore jumper with 2.1 seconds to go. In light of the “Minneapolis Miracle,” the Hawks’ top-notch social media team decided to have a little fun. Look...Show More Summary
He was locked in.
If there’s two games you’re gonna be at, these seem like a good pair. The stories about from Vikings receiver Stefon Diggs’ game-winning touchdown against the Saints keep coming. This latest one almost seems too good to be true. Vikings...Show More Summary
It’s easy to miss. Stefon Diggs’ walk-off touchdown against the New Orleans Saints is one of the best football moments of all time. If it took place in the Super Bowl, we’d happily place the crown upon the head of the moment to never...Show More Summary
The Minnesota Vikings are deep in the playoffs, thanks in part to the diligence of Stefon Diggs
This is why sports are the best. Stefon Diggs’ game-winning touchdown against the Saints, appropriately dubbed the “Minneapolis Miracle” was one of the most thrilling football plays in years. Of course, it generated some pure, exuberant,...Show More Summary
It's a play Minnesota Vikings fans won't soon forget—nor Marcus Williams of the New Orleans Saints. The Vikings won the NFL's divisional playoff game 29-24 over the Saints on Sunday in the last 10 seconds, with Stefon Diggs scoring a jaw-dropping 61-yard touchdown that sent the Vikings to the...
He was like all of us: Stunned.
While the Vikings waited to take a knee after Stefon Diggs‘ game-winning touchdown against the Saints, quarterback Case Keenum led the fans at U.S. Bank Stadium in the “Skol” clap that Vikings fans do during games in Minneapolis. Keenum wasn’t the only person on the field to participate on Sunday, although the other one was [more]