Stefon Diggs wasn't overly busy as a pass catcher in Sunday night's thrilling divisional-round playoff game between the Bills and Chiefs despite an offensive shootout, but the Pro Bowl wide receiver lent his hand in a different way during the fourth quarter. After a Chiefs fan eluded security to run onto the field at Arrowhead Stadium, Diggs got a running start and leveled the fan with his shoulder, lunging forward to knock the illegal visitor on his back. The wideout's tackle, caught on video from the stands, helped stadium security detain the fan, who was sporting a Travis Kelce jersey and was promptly escorted off the field.

The Chiefs fan was seen ever so briefly on the CBS broadcast of Sunday night's thriller, with play-by-play man Jim Nantz and color analyst Tony Romo noting that Diggs appeared to take out his frustration with the game on the wayward fan. The Bills had possession of the ball during the fan's unwelcome entrance, not long before the game escalated into a historic back-and-forth during the final minute of regulation and, eventually, the opening series of overtime.

Buffalo took a late lead on quarterback Josh Allen's touchdown pass to Gabriel Davis, with Diggs at one point securing an acrobatic catch on the ensuing two-point try to put the Bills up 36-33, but the Chiefs rallied in the final 13 seconds of regulation to tie the game, then drove down the field for a Travis Kelce touchdown on their first and only series of OT.