5 Buffalo Bills who will play their former teams in 2022

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Stefon Diggs

Prior Team: Minnesota Vikings

The final player is Stefon Diggs who will get the chance to play the Minnesota Vikings for the first time since they traded him to the Bills in 2020. The Vikings will travel to Buffalo to play at Highmark Stadium in Week 10.

Diggs was a fifth round pick by the Vikings and was considered a good wide receiver during his time with over 4,600 receiving yards and 30 touchdowns in his five seasons there. He even earned a contract extension in 2018.

However, he would not last in Minnesota that entire contract and would be traded to Buffalo for multiple draft picks. He would be paired with Josh Allen and that is when Diggs took that next step and became one of the top wide receivers in the league with two Pro Bowl nominations, over 100 receptions, and 1,200 receiving yards in each season.

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There is no question that this is a game that Stefon Diggs will have circled on his calendar and want to really have a big game against his former team.