September 26, 2022

Tampa Bay Buccaneers v Dallas Cowboys

Ja’Marr Chase: Trevon Diggs Not too much on the sound of tech

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Kornbeck Cowboys Tryvon Diggs He led the NFL with 11 interceptions last season. She hit the Everson Walls franchise record in 1985 and earned Diggs All-Pro honors.

But the Diggs were also targeted 103 times and allowed 907 passing yards and four touchdowns, according to the Pro Football reference.

Some call Diggs a “boom or collapse” angle, which is something a Bengals receiver Ja’Marr Chase indicated on Friday.

“He’s an athlete. He has great ball skills in the air,” Chase said via a video of Mike Petraglia from CLNS Media. “He’s very fast.” Not so much on audio technology, anyway. He was hit or miss a little bit. Either it goes all the way or it doesn’t work at all. But he’s definitely a great athlete.”

Diggs was asked about his critics, who pointed out the opportunities he takes on coverage.

Diggs said via The Dallas Morning News. “I play football. “

The Cowboys and Bengals play Sunday at AT&T Stadium. It wouldn’t be the first meeting between Chase and Diggs as Diggs went to Alabama and Chase to LSU.

In 2019, Chase had six assists for 140 yards and a touchdown in the Tigers’ victory.

“He made a lot of plays, with so many objections he got last year. It felt like a million,” the Bengals midfielder said. Joe Borough, who played at LSU with Chase, said of the Diggs, via Geoff Hobson from the team’s website. “He is not afraid to take risks. He’ll jump in the tracks, and you have to be aware of who you’re throwing a 50-50 ball when he’s covering it, because he’s going to play. I think he was a former recipient at some point in his career. You have to realize that.”