WATCH: Trevon Diggs’ Son Celebrate His Father’s 11th Interception Of The Season

Published 12/27/2021, 8:43 AM EST


The Dallas Cowboys cornerback Trevon Diggs wasted no time to make an impact on Sunday. From the very first play of the game, the Washington Football Team realized that they are in for a treat. America’s team is on a roll, and their defense is top notch. With the best defense in the league, the Cowboys are on the top. 

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Most of the credit goes to Trevon Diggs. In his second season as a Cowboy, Diggs has made franchise history. His 4-year-old son Aaiden Diggs had a special way to enjoy his daddy’s success.  

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Around 11 and a half minutes, the Washington Football Team was on the offense. The quarterback Taylor Heinicke decided to go deep with his first pass. He was hoping to find his wide receiver, Terry McLaurin. But Trevon Diggs did not allow that. Diggs, with his lightning-fast reflexes, intercepted the pass. It was the cornerback’s 11th interception of the season. Trevon has now tied the Cowboys’ single-season interception record. 

This play was only the beginning of a total knockout match. The Dallas Cowboys mopped the floor with their opponents. They did not let WFT get any momentum. Dallas instantly shut every play Washington made down. The match became one of the most scoring games of the season. The result was 56-14. It was a complete annihilation of the Washington Football Team. With its impeccable defense, the Cowboys still reign supreme. Dallas added one more win to their impressive three-game streak. The NFC East is in their pockets without a doubt. 

Aaiden Diggs celebrates his father’s 11 interception

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For a parent who is an athlete, the support of their children means everything to them. And throughout the history of the NFL, we have seen many children cheer up their fathers on the field. Especially after winning the Super Bowl, we can see the families of all the players. 

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Trevon Diggs brought his son Aaiden to the game on Sunday. Just at the age of 4, little Aaiden understands everything about football. He knew that his father only needed one more interception to tie the record. That is why when Trevon Diggs made the interception in the first quarter, Aaiden broke out some wild moves. The little man can dance pretty well, but was only the beginning. With Aaiden’s support, his father and the Cowboys won the game. 

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Gurjyot Singh Dadial

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Sports journalist by day, gamer by night and a gym addict by morning. Gurjyot has been a lifelong fan of Wrestling, Contact sports, Rock music and Video games. With a degree in English Literature and Economics from Patkar College, Mumbai, he is set out to conquer every task he sets his mind to.

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