Stefon Diggs still remembers who kissed him first after Minneapolis miracle

Star receiver Stefon Diggs, who played a major role in the ‘Minneapolis Miracle,’ recently revealed who was the first person to kiss him after the massive win.

Stefon Diggs is a wide receiver for the Buffalo Bills of the National Football League. Earlier, Diggs spent the first four years of his career with the Vikings. In 2020, Diggs moved to Buffalo. He signed a huge contract worth $14.4 million a year.

Recently, he discussed all the details of the Minneapolis Miracle in a recent podcast with Von Miller. Von asked Diggs a number of questions related to the miraculous victory and the catcher answered each one with perfection.

Who was the first person you kissed after that?asks Miller. “It was Caleb Jones, he was one of the guys that pulled me through the year,said Diggs.

Indeed, the Minneapolis game was one of the greatest games of all time. When the Vikings blew a 17-point lead over the New Orleans Saints in the Divisional Round, it looked like another disappointing season was coming to an end.

With 10 seconds remaining and Minnesota trailing 24-23, Keenum returned from the 39-yard line. The veteran made a sideline pass to Diggs, who caught the ball at the New Orleans 34-yard line before sprinting into the end zone past Marshal Lattimore.

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The Minneapolis Miracle Story

The Minneapolis Miracle (also known as the Minnesota Miracle) was the final game of the National Football Conference (NFC) Divisional Playoff game between the Minnesota Vikings and New Orleans Saints on January 14, 2018.

The Saints rallied from a 17-0 first-half deficit to take a 24-23 lead with 25 seconds left. Vikings quarterback Case Keenum threw a 27-yard pass to receiver Stefon Diggs on the final play of the game;

Saints safety Marcus Williams missed a tackle, allowing Diggs to run to the end zone and complete the 61-yard touchdown pass. It was the first time in NFL playoff history that a game ended with a touchdown when time expired.

Without a doubt, it was one of the best games of all time and NFL fans would also expect to see something similar in the current season.

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