Former Minnesota Vikings and new Buffalo Bills wide receiver Stefon Diggs is already becoming a hometown hero graced with a signature burger. Chuck Cook -USA TODAY Sports

Buffalo Bills fans have been left thrilled by the acquisition of Stefon Diggs, and a local restaurant has joined in on the hype by honoring the new wide receiver with a mammoth, mouth-watering burger.

Stack Burger, an eatery in Buffalo suburb Lackawanna, recently unveiled the “Can you DIGGS It?” burger, a gargantuan mountain of meat piled on a bun that would be difficult for any carnivore-inclined person to turn down.

What’s more, it sounds like Diggs himself wouldn’t mind tackling his namesake burger, as the superstar wideout indicated as much in a recent tweet.

Here’s the burger breakdown, as shared by Marcel Louis-Jacques of ESPN.

“Sandwiched between two buns are the restaurant’s signature Bacon Bleu patty (Crumbled bleu, thick cut bacon, cheese, and creamy bleu cheese spread), Demon patty (Demon spiced burger, jalapenos, banana peppers, cheese, and garlic Parm mayo), Vinny patty (Mozzarella cheese, pepperoni, and cherry pepper bruschetta) and topped Rodeo patty (Onion rings, cheese, and house loganberry brown sugar BBQ sauce).”

That’s four stuffed patties of meaty goodness. Mercy.

While Diggs — who is sure to inject an instant infusion of talent to Buffalo’s offense — appears to be inclined to sample the burger that bears his name at some point, the Bills organization and its fans have to hope he won’t get addicted to the “Can You DIGGS It?” For obvious reasons.

This article first appeared on Sportress of Blogitude and was syndicated with permission.


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