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Sport Stefon Diggs lingers to watch the Chiefs celebrate

07:05  25 january  2021
07:05  25 january  2021 Source:   touchdownwire.usatoday.com

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The Vikings players reacted with a good ol' fashion dogpile on Diggs to celebrate the win and I almost got stuck in the middle of the pile. If you’re new

Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes celebrates after throwing a 5-yard touchdown pass to tight end Travis Kelce in the Chiefs ' AFC championship game win. Stefon Diggs stands on sideline long after Bills loss, watching Chiefs ' trophy celebration .

To make it to the NFL, or the upper echelons of any professional sport, athletes need to find ways to self-motivate. Tom Brady fuels himself by remembering that he was pick 199 in the draft. Michael Jordan rembered that he was cut from his high school basketball team. Other athletes remember brutal losses.

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Perhaps that is what we saw from Stefon Diggs after the AFC Championship game.

While the Kansas City Chiefs were celebrating on the field, and being awarded the Lamar Hunt trophy as the champions of the conference, a sole figure clad in Bills’ road whites was lingering away from the celebration. It was Diggs, the wide receiver, standing on the sidelines watching the victorious Chiefs celebrate as the confetti poured down from above and the fans in attendance soaked it all in.

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See more ideas about stefon diggs , football helmets, football. Stefon Diggs of the Minnesota Vikings makes a catch at the sideline in the second quarter against the Seattle Seahawks at CenturyLink Field on December 10, 2018 in Seattle, Washington.

So too did Diggs:

Elite athletes find ways to light the fire within. Diggs just finished an All-Pro season where he led the league in receiving yardage. But you can bet that this moment in time will be seared into his mind through every offseason workout.

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Heidi Gardner has ordered Patrick Mahomes-shaped cookies, Rob Riggle will be wearing a lucky shirt and sitting on a specific spot on the sofa while former Chiefs player John Amos will be spooning out barbeque sauce from a Kansas City staple.Also watching closely will be a passionate contingent of Hollywood stars who will be rooting on red and gold. That’s not to say that Brady, following a record-setting run with the New England Patriots, has fewer bold-faced name devotees but when it comes to this year’s celebrity cheering section, the Chiefs seem to dominate the Buccaneers.

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