Diggs, who has only played in three games this season, is arguably the second best rookie receiver behind Amari Cooper.
Credit to the Vikings for finding Diggs in the fifth round out of Maryland. There were 18 wide receivers taken ahead of Diggs -- that's right, 18!
Diggs didn't see any action the first three games of the season. Once he hit the field versus the Broncos in Week 4, it became obvious very quickly that Diggs belonged with the starters.
Against the league's No. 1 defense, the Vikings' offense struggled to get going with the running game and the top Denver corners didn't leave much room for Teddy Bridgewater to operate. Once Diggs entered the game, his precise route-running from the slot got the Minnesota offense going and he finished with six catches for 87 yards, earning a starting role the following week.
The Chiefs also didn't have an answer for the shifty Diggs, who recorded seven receptions and 129 receiving yards.
Patterson emerged on the scene due to his lightning-quick speed, but was quickly exposed for his lack of running routes. Patterson has been surpassed by Diggs, Johnson and Jarius Wright on the depth chart.
Diggs showed flashes of being a playmaker in the preseason and had to fight his way up the depth chart.
Many general managers are probably kicking themselves after watching what Diggs has done the last few weeks.