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Amari Cooper and Stefon Diggs had big Monday nights. With both guys being drafted in 2015, is the Cowboys' WR better than the current Bill?Amari Cooper and Stefon Diggs had big Monday nights. With both guys being drafted in 2015, is the Cowboys' WR better than the current Bill?

Is Cowboys Wide Receiver Amari Cooper Better Than Stefon Diggs?

The Buffalo Bills found quarterback Josh Allen a No. 1 wideout. ESPN's Adam Schefter reported the Bills traded a first-round pick, a fifth-round pick, a sixth-round pick ...The Buffalo Bills found quarterback Josh Allen a No. 1 wideout. ESPN's Adam Schefter reported the Bills traded a first-round pick, a fifth-round pick, a sixth-round pick ...

Projecting Bills' Depth Chart After Reported Stefon Diggs Trade | Bleacher Report | Latest News, Videos and Highlights

The Buffalo Bills have found their long-sought No. 1 wide receiver for Josh Allen, landing Stefon Diggs in a deal with the Minnesota Vikings.The Buffalo Bills have found their long-sought No. 1 wide receiver for Josh Allen, landing Stefon Diggs in a deal with the Minnesota Vikings.

Stefon Diggs trade: Buffalo Bills land WR from Minnesota Vikings

All throughout the fall and winter, evidence continued to mount that Stefon Diggs and the Vikings were in a relationship that wouldn't last. Tensions, in fact, had been building for close to a year before Monday's blockbuster trade with the Bills. As our Ben Goessling wrote a while back, after Diggs was fined $200,000 for missing practices after a Week 4 loss to the Bears: "His absence, sources told the Star Tribune at the time, stemmed from frustrations that had been building since the spring over the direction of the offense and his role in it. Diggs returned and addressed the media, but it hardly cleared the air. Among the most concrete things he said was this in response to whether he wanted to be traded: "I feel like there's truth to all rumors, no matter how you dress it up. I won't be saying nothing on it. I won't be speaking on it all. But there is truth to all rumors,I guess." He blamed a minor, cold-like illness on his practice absence, which was clearly not true. A few days later, when I asked if he was feeling better, he smiled and produced a fake cough. The Vikings managed to finesse a productive final 12 games from Diggs — a huge deal in propelling the team to a playoff berth while preserving the job security of Rick Spielman, Mike Zimmer and paving the way for Kirk Cousins' extension, which also happened Monday. But once the offseason started, the veiled quotes became veiled tweets. Among the gems Diggs left on Twitter over the past couple months: "Some things are better left unsaid …" "I don't forget or forgive …" "I hate people that do you wrong then try to play the victim …" "People don't appreciate things until they're gone …" That led to the scouting combine, where Spielman infamously said, "there's no reason to anticipate [Diggs] is not going to be a Minnesota Viking." A lot of Vikings fans and observers agreed with Spielman: nothing to see here, Diggs is just loving the drama. But all of this is a lesson in two parts. First, it's an application of Occam's razor, which is often described in shorthand as "the simplest answer is most often correct." Even in its more intended use a "process of paring down information to make finding the truth easier," it applies here. The simplest answer if we weighed all the evidence is that Diggs wasn't happy and that he was likely to be traded. We could construct counter-arguments, but they didn't seem to carry as much weight. The second part: heed the warning of George Orwell, who wrote in 1984, "The party told you to reject the evidence of your eyes and ears." In this case, the Vikings are "the party," though obviously Spielman's objective wasn't anywhere near as sinister as that in the Orwell's Dystopian novel. Teams create leverage, or a least markets, all the time by insisting they aren't going to trade players who clearly seem to be headed toward that resolution. Desperation collapses the market, and it looks like enough teams — or at least one, the Buffalo Bills — believed the Vikings weren't desperate to trade Diggs. Spielman, then, was able to get a very nice haul — four total draft picks, including a first-rounder this year — for Diggs. He threaded the needle quite nicely, in fact, by getting valuable production out of Diggs in 2019 amid the turmoil and still managing to find value in a trade as the Vikings realign for 2020. He did his job well. If you trusted your eyes and ears, though, your senses told you that Diggs was actually quite likely to be traded. Things were, as they often are, exactly as they seemed — a good reminder in football and life in 2020.All throughout the fall and winter, evidence continued to mount that Stefon Diggs and the Vikings were in a relationship that wouldn't last. Tensions, in fact, had been building for close to a year before Monday's blockbuster trade with the Bills. As our Ben Goessling wrote a while back, after Diggs was fined $200,000 for missing practices after a Week 4 loss to the Bears: "His absence, sources told the Star Tribune at the time, stemmed from frustrations that had been building since the spring over the direction of the offense and his role in it. Diggs returned and addressed the media, but it hardly cleared the air. Among the most concrete things he said was this in response to whether he wanted to be traded: "I feel like there's truth to all rumors, no matter how you dress it up. I won't be saying nothing on it. I won't be speaking on it all. But there is truth to all rumors,I guess." He blamed a minor, cold-like illness on his practice absence, which was clearly not true. A few days later, when I asked if he was feeling better, he smiled and produced a fake cough. The Vikings managed to finesse a productive final 12 games from Diggs — a huge deal in propelling the team to a playoff berth while preserving the job security of Rick Spielman, Mike Zimmer and paving the way for Kirk Cousins' extension, which also happened Monday. But once the offseason started, the veiled quotes became veiled tweets. Among the gems Diggs left on Twitter over the past couple months: "Some things are better left unsaid …" "I don't forget or forgive …" "I hate people that do you wrong then try to play the victim …" "People don't appreciate things until they're gone …" That led to the scouting combine, where Spielman infamously said, "there's no reason to anticipate [Diggs] is not going to be a Minnesota Viking." A lot of Vikings fans and observers agreed with Spielman: nothing to see here, Diggs is just loving the drama. But all of this is a lesson in two parts. First, it's an application of Occam's razor, which is often described in shorthand as "the simplest answer is most often correct." Even in its more intended use a "process of paring down information to make finding the truth easier," it applies here. The simplest answer if we weighed all the evidence is that Diggs wasn't happy and that he was likely to be traded. We could construct counter-arguments, but they didn't seem to carry as much weight. The second part: heed the warning of George Orwell, who wrote in 1984, "The party told you to reject the evidence of your eyes and ears." In this case, the Vikings are "the party," though obviously Spielman's objective wasn't anywhere near as sinister as that in the Orwell's Dystopian novel. Teams create leverage, or a least markets, all the time by insisting they aren't going to trade players who clearly seem to be headed toward that resolution. Desperation collapses the market, and it looks like enough teams — or at least one, the Buffalo Bills — believed the Vikings weren't desperate to trade Diggs. Spielman, then, was able to get a very nice haul — four total draft picks, including a first-rounder this year — for Diggs. He threaded the needle quite nicely, in fact, by getting valuable production out of Diggs in 2019 amid the turmoil and still managing to find value in a trade as the Vikings realign for 2020. He did his job well. If you trusted your eyes and ears, though, your senses told you that Diggs was actually quite likely to be traded. Things were, as they often are, exactly as they seemed — a good reminder in football and life in 2020.

Diggs trade is a reminder that things are often exactly as they seem - StarTribune.com

Sal Capaccio's thoughts on the Bills free agency and more.Sal Capaccio's thoughts on the Bills free agency and more.

CAPACCIO: Thoughts on a wild 24 hours from the Bills | WGR 550 SportsRadio

The biggest news Monday for Minnesota Vikings fans was when it was announced the team was going to be giving an extension to quarterback Kirk Cousins, franchise tagging Anthony Harris, and resigning CJ Ham and Britton Colquitt. That was until they traded disgruntled wide receiver Stefon Diggs to the Buffalo Bills for a haul of …

Vikings Draft Profile: Jalen Reagor, WR, TCU - Vikings Territory

The key to offensive game planning is coming up with answers to what the defense is taking away. Now, Bills offensive coordinator Brian Daboll has – or should h…The key to offensive game planning is coming up with answers to what the defense is taking away. Now, Bills offensive coordinator Brian Dabo

Stefon Diggs finally gives Brian Daboll, Bills’ offense enough answers – The Buffalo News

“it’s time for a new beginning.”

DIGGS on Twitter: "it’s time for a new beginning."

“Compensation update: Bills are trading a 1st-round pick, a 5th-round pick, a 6th-round pick and a 2021 4th-round pick for Vikings WR Stefon Diggs and a 2020 7th-round pick, source tells ESPN.”

Adam Schefter on Twitter: "Compensation update: Bills are trading a 1st-round pick, a 5th-round pick, a 6th-round pick and a 2021 4th-round pick for Vikings WR Stefon Diggs and a 2020 7th-round pick, source tells ESPN."

“Bills have acquired @stefondiggs in a trade from the Vikings. @NFLonFOX”

Jay Glazer on Twitter: "Bills have acquired @stefondiggs in a trade from the Vikings. @NFLonFOX"

“The #Vikings have traded WR Stefon Diggs and a seventh-round pick to the #Bills for a first-round pick, a fifth-round pick, a sixth-round pick and a fourth-round pick in 2021, source said. @JayGlazer first on the trade”

Tom Pelissero on Twitter: "The #Vikings have traded WR Stefon Diggs and a seventh-round pick to the #Bills for a first-round pick, a fifth-round pick, a sixth-round pick and a fourth-round pick in 2021, source said. @JayGlazer first on the trade"

Franchise tags are coming in and one has been placed on a former Virginia Cavaliers player.Franchise tags are coming in and one has been placed on a former Virginia Cavaliers player.

Minnesota Vikings place franchise tag on Anthony Harris

Minnesota Vikings place franchise tag on Anthony Harris

Matt Harmon assesses the Buffalo Bills trade for Stefon Diggs and what it means for the team plus the wide receiver's own fantasy outlook.Matt Harmon assesses the Buffalo Bills trade for Stefon Diggs and what it means for the team plus the wide receiver's own fantasy outlook.

Fallout of the Minnesota Vikings trading Stefon Diggs to the Buffalo Bills

The Vikings dealt their disgruntled receiver to the Bills for a haul of picks.The Vikings dealt their disgruntled receiver to the Bills for a haul of picks.

Minnesota Vikings trade Stefon Diggs to Buffalo - Bring Me The News

Stefon Diggs' activity on Twitter and Instagram this offseason has left many speculating that the …

SKOR North – Exit plan: Vikings’ Stefon Diggs announces “it’s time for a new beginning”

The Patriots did have discussions with the Texans regarding Hopkins and did have discussions with the Vikings regarding Diggs. Neither came to fruition.The Patriots did have discussions with the Texans regarding Hopkins and did have discussions with the Vikings regarding Diggs. Neither came to fruition.

Report: Patriots Had Discussions On DeAndre Hopkins, Stefon Diggs Prior To Trades – CBS Boston

Everything you need to know heading into your Tuesday.Everything you need to know heading into your Tuesday.

Sunrise Snapshot: Tuesday, March 17 | kare11.com

The free-agency legal tampering period began Monday, but a major trade took center stage. In a move widely panned, the Texans dealt receiver De'Andre Hopkins to the Cardinals. The free-agency legal tampering period began Monday, but a major trade took center stage. In a move widely panned, the Texans dealt receiver De'Andre Hopkins to the Cardinals. 

Grading major deals: Texans flunk with Hopkins trade; Colts, Dolphins, Bills shine | Yardbarker

The FFT crew breaks down the Fantasy value of Stefon Diggs, Josh Allen, Kenyan Drake, Austin Hooper, Blake Jarwin, Hayden Hurst and many more affected by the signings and trades on day 1 of free agency week.The FFT crew breaks down the Fantasy value of Stefon Diggs, Josh Allen, Kenyan Drake, Austin Hooper, Blake Jarwin, Hayden Hurst and many more affected by the signings and trades on day 1 of free agency week.

3/17 Fantasy Football Today Podcast: Free Agency Day 1 Recap with Diggs, Hopkins, Hooper on the move - CBSSports.com