Dallas Cowboys‘ cornerback Trevon Diggs made a big blunder vs the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday Night of Week 13. The game is played at the AT&T Stadium in Dallas.

NFL Fans on Twitter took no time to troll the player.


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A Twitter user wrote, “Trevon Diggs got cooked by Ashton Dulin.”

A second user went on to say, “Trevon Diggs couldn’t guard a make-a-wish kid.”

“Trevon Diggs gonna get beat for a TD if it’s the last thing he do.” a third user Tweeted.

What happened in the play: –

Colts’ QB Matt Ryan intended a 14-yard pass to WR Ashton Dulin near the Cowboys’ endzone in the first quarter. CB Diggs was guarding Dulin. But because of Dulin took an unusual route and moved his feet quickly, Diggs got confused and went away from his marked man as the wide receiver went on to catch the ball for the TD.

This was the first end zone play for the season for Dulin. The player is in the fourth year of his football career.  This season he has 13 receptions for 182 yards. 

Who is Ashton Dulin?

Ashton Dulin plays the position of wide receiver and return specialist for the Colts.

He was born May 15, 1997, and played college football for Malone University.

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NFL Career:

After getting undrafted in the 2019 NFL Draft, he was later signed by the Colts.

On September 29, 2019, he played in his first NFL game against the Oakland Raiders, making a tackle on special teams and becoming the first and only football player from Malone to do so.

Dulin participated in 13 games during his rookie season, recording two receptions for 17 yards, three kickoff returns for 90 yards, and six special teams tackles. Dulin played in all 17 of the games (with one start) in 2021 and had the second-most special teams tackles (17) in the NFL.

Additionally, he achieved career highs in receptions (13), receiving yards (173), and touchdown receptions (two). Dulin is currently ranked 11th in the league for special teams tackles since joining the NFL in 2019. (31). For the first time, he received an Associated Press Second-team All-Pro honor.