Oct 19 - 3:28 PM LMAO Mike Wallace compared rookie WR Stefon Diggs' skill set to a young Antonio Brown. Wallace played with Brown in Pittsburgh. "When you look at a guy, you can tell from day one who can play football. I always felt like he could," Wallace said. "Just the skill set, the way he runs his routes, the energy that he has. It reminds me of him." This comparison is over the top, but it has become apparent the Vikings are high on their rookie receiver. Diggs could be limited by the slow pace of the Minnesota offense and the return of Charles Johnson (ribs), but he has the playmaking ability to be useful even on limited targets. He needs to be owned in all leagues. So he went from a speculative add to a must add because Mike Wallace compared him to Antonio Brown?No, he went to must add because he has looked fantastic while Johnson looked ordinary.Yeah, I don't disagree there, I'm just pointing out the hilarity that Rotoworld all of a sudden changed their tune only after they got Mike Wallace's endorsement.Yeah, it is a strange way to support that someone is a must add. Why not just say he looks great and is putting up numbers to prove it? It wouldn't make any sense to upgrade Diggs because of what Mike Wallace said because Wallace said the same thing in an interview August 2nd which I posted in this thread. Obviously it is how Diggs performed not what Wallace said about him causing the upgrade. I do have to wonder why the Vikings had Diggs inactive for the 1st 3 games if they have been seeing him play like this for months. Earlier in the season they said it was because he doesn't play ST, and all the vet receivers ahead of him were healthy. Only due to injuries did he get his shot, and it appears he's not letting go.