Where ex-Buffalo Bills WR Stefon Diggs ranks

The Buffalo Bills have traded a player who should make an immediate seismic impact in 2024. editor Tom Blair identified the 10 traded players who will have the “biggest impact” on future seasons, and receiver Stefon Diggs was the headliner. He was one of four receivers on the top 10 list.

In March, the Bills shipped Diggs and two third-day draft picks to Houston in exchange for a 2025 second-round selection. Set to turn 31 this season, Diggs is coming off six straight receiving campaigns of 1,000 yards.

Diggs recorded no less than 103 catches or 1,183 yards in each of his four seasons with the Bills. Quarterback Josh Allen surpassed the 4,200 passing yard mark in all four years and finished as an MVP finalist three times.

Meanwhile, Houston adds another capable target for NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year, CJ Stroud. Posting a 9-6 record as a starter, the young field general totaled 4,108 yards and 23 touchdowns to five interceptions.


“So, you’re an aspiring AFC powerhouse and want to help your young QB cement his place among the NFL’s A-listers? Get Diggs. His name might not have as much impact as in 2020, when he joined the Bills via trade to boost their offense He will turn 31 in November, and toward the end of his tenure with the Bills, it seemed like he generated almost as much drama as production. (42.2 receiving yards per game over his last 10 games, including the playoffs)…Aside from the mess in Buffalo, Diggs accelerated Josh Allen’s journey to stardom. “He can help reigning Offensive Rookie of the Year CJ Stroud take the next step, he will have played a role in changing the landscape of NFL contenders for the second time.”