As seen below, Cowboys Executive Vice President, CEO, and Director of Player Personnel, Stephen Jones certainly thinks so and you’d imagine he’s had a pretty good view of both guys. The guy that was the leader on the other side of the ball for some of Prime’s prime years, Troy Aikman, also said as much.
He felt so strongly that he did it on the grandest stage. It was a notion that he hinted at during Sunday’s Cowboys-Giants broadcast, on live tv, and on America’s Game Of The Week no less, typically one of the highest viewed games.
They weren’t alone though. The Playmaker, Michael Irving, also couldn’t contain himself (but what do you expect from a guy as intense as he is).
Here is what he had to say on the topic.
Again… wow! However, if you can’t take it from these guys, then who’s intel, information, and educated opinions can you trust?
The jury is still out and Diggs has a long way to go before he scratches the totality of the lore, legend, and Hall Of Fame career of Primetime. But and a huge “but”, if he continues what he is doing and maintains this type of pace and trajectory, he’s well on his way. That’s not just the word from here. Cowboys Royalty seems to agree too.