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“Nobody is around here getting fat and satisfied.” This is a lyric from the song “Institution” by The Black Keys.

‘Nobody Is Around Here Getting Fat and Satisfied’

In 2020, the Buffalo Bills came so close to winning the Super Bowl. Instead, the Kansas City Chiefs finished their incredible season in the AFC Championship Game. Stefon Diggs is aware of the stakes and claims that the squad is attempting to shut out the noise. The Bills’ attitude heading into their rematch with the Chiefs in the playoffs is revealed by the Pro Bowl wide receiver.

The Bills are dissatisfied, according to Stefon Diggs.

Bills WR Stefon Diggs reacts after advancing to play the Chiefs in the Divisional Round

Bills WR Stefon Diggs reacts after advancing to play the Chiefs in the Divisional Round The Buffalo Bills’ Stefon Diggs celebrates his team’s victory against the New England Patriots in the Wild Card Round | Getty Images/Timothy T Ludwig

The Buffalo Bills seem to have found their stride just in time. Sean McDermott’s team concluded the regular season with an 11-6 record after winning four consecutive games.

Buffalo maintained its winning ways in the NFL playoffs, defeating the New England Patriots 47-17 in the Wild Card Round. Despite their impressive victory, the Bills must now concentrate on defeating the Kansas Chiefs in the AFC Championship Game.

Stefon Diggs discussed the team’s mindset moving into the Divisional Round.

According to’s Matt Parrino, “We all have a similar tale of being a bit counted out and entering via the back door and having some success.” The two-time Pro Bowler is well aware that the squad has yet to complete the task.

Diggs said, “But always on that continuous climb or that grind trying to become better.” “I think that’s what makes us who we are as a group.” Nobody is becoming fat and content around here. It’s like, alright, let’s go on to the next one. “Let’s keep moving forward.”

Stefon Diggs understands what it’s like to be in agony. He was there to see Kansas City’s second straight Super Bowl appearance. On the road at Arrowhead Stadium, he and his colleagues want to repay the favor.

Buffalo is looking to avenge a setback to the Chiefs in the 2020 AFC Championship game.

The Buffalo Bills had a terrific 2020 season, finishing 13-3 and winning the AFC East. To get to the AFC Championship Game, they defeated the Indianapolis Colts and the Baltimore Ravens.

Buffalo, though, came up against Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs. Andy Reid’s team defeated the Bills 38-24, putting an end to their outstanding 2020 season.

Stefon Diggs and the rest of the team were undoubtedly spurred by the defeat to return even stronger in 2021. Buffalo is bringing it all together at the perfect moment, despite the fact that the regular season wasn’t as easy as expected.

The Bills will seek to capitalize on their dominating Week 5 win over the Chiefs. On Sunday Night Football, Buffalo dominated Kansas City. Josh Allen threw for 315 yards, rushed for 59 yards, and scored four touchdowns in total. The defense was also outstanding, forcing three turnovers from Mahomes.

Although both teams will be different this time, the Bills may still use what they learned from the first game in the rematch.

“All I have to do now is execute,” Diggs added. “Go in with the appropriate attitude and execute our plays.” Everyone must carry out their responsibilities. “That’s it.”

The Bills are aware of the challenge at hand, but defeating the Chiefs is easier said than done.

Devin Singletary’s ascension is highlighted by Diggs.

Devin Singletary’s stats in #Bills last 8 games:

There are 663 all-purpose yards (82.8 per game) 0 fumbles, 8 touchdowns

— Matt Parrino (@MattParrino) January 22, 2022

One of the most noticeable contrasts between the Week 5 Buffalo Bills and the Divisional Round Buffalo Bills is Devin Singletary’s role. In the first encounter versus Kansas City, the third-year running back had just six carries. Since then, offensive coordinator Brian Daboll has extended the role of the Florida Atlantic product.

Down the stretch, Singletary has been a key element of the Bills’ offensive strategy. In seven of Buffalo’s previous eight games, he’s seen double-digit rush attempts. During that time, the 24-year-old tailback has rushed for 536 yards and seven touchdowns.

Singletary is also used extensively by the Bills in the passing game. Because of his performance and flexibility, he has surpassed Zack Moss as the offense’s definite lead back.

Stefon Diggs has gotten a kick out of seeing his colleague succeed lately.

“We knew Motor could make players miss and run men over,” Diggs said, “and a lot of it is deception because he’s short.” “He’s a quiet, quiet, quiet, quiet, quiet, quiet, quiet, quiet, quiet, quiet, quiet, quiet, quiet, quiet, quiet, quiet, quiet, quiet, quiet, quiet He’s recently shown it with the opportunity he’s been given. I’m simply glad he’ll get a piece of the pie so he can demonstrate how excellent he’s become.”

To defeat the Chiefs and win another shot at the AFC Championship, the Bills will need all hands on deck.

Pro Football Reference provided all stats.

RELATED: Bills Lineman Ryan Bates Declares the Team Is Ready to Get Rid of the Bad Taste Against the Chiefs: ‘We’re Not Gonna Take Any Crap’

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