Bills' Stefon Diggs beats Patriots, watches brother Trevon in playoffs within 24 hours

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Stefon Diggs made a few catches in the Buffalo Bills' decimation of the New England Patriots on Saturday. Then he caught a flight and traveled 1,400 miles.

The Pro Bowl wide receiver was in attendance to cheer on his brother, Dallas cornerback Trevon Diggs, at the Cowboys-San Francisco 49ers wild-card playoff game against at AT&T Stadium on Sunday.

Stefon Diggs the fan got to take in the NFL playoffs in a more comfortable setting than Stefon Diggs the player. The Bills' game in Orchard Park had sub-zero wind chills and Diggs chose not to wear long sleeves. The sun was blinding on the field in Dallas and Diggs wore a jacket and sat in a suite.

Both brothers made the Pro Bowl this year. Stefon Diggs had 103 receptions for 1,225 yard and 10 touchdowns. Trevon Diggs led the NFL with 11 interceptions and is playing in his first postseason game.

This article originally appeared on Rochester Democrat and Chronicle: Stefon Diggs watches brother Trevon in playoffs a day after Bills win

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