Stefon Diggs has surpassed 1,000 receiving yards for the second consecutive season.
He accomplished the milestone today at Los Angeles during the the first half of the Vikings game against the Chargers.
Diggs entered the game with 997 yards through the air. He has been an effective target for Kirk Cousins and especially has made an impact in the absence of Adam Thielen., who made his first return to action Sunday.
Thielen suffered a hamstring injury suffered in Week 7 at Detroit. He only played a few snaps at Kansas City since Week 9.
Thielen spoke highly of Diggs earlier this week.
"This is probably the best I've ever seen him play. Just his mentality, the way he's handled himself … he's grown a lot as a player," Thielen said. "He's playing at a high level right now. He's getting a lot of coverages and a lot of looks … a lot of attention, obviously, and he's still able to get open and make plays.
"It comes down to Kirk [Cousins], as well, trusting Diggsy to make plays when there's a lot of coverages," Thielen added. "He's playing at a high level, and I've seen that from day one, just the way he works and takes care of business."
Diggs reached the 1,000-yard mark on a 19-yard reception to convert a third-and-10.
The fifth-year receiver notched his first career 1,000-yard season in 2018, finishing campaign with 102 catches for 1,021 yards.
Diggs' milestone marks the 32nd 1,000-yard season by a pass catcher in Vikings history. Hall of Fame receivers Cris Carter and Randy Moss accomplished the feat eight and six times, respectively.