Randy Moss sounded like a guy with a severe case of buyer's remorse yesterday, after the Patriots handed the Vikings their fifth loss of the season.
First he told reporters he was no longer going to answer their questions because the NFL had fined $25,000 for, wait for it, not answering their questions last week, he blew a big wet kiss to New England after they bested the Vikings 28-18.[jump]
"No disrespect to the Minnesota Vikings organization," he said by way of a preface.
"I miss them guys. I miss the team. It was hard for me to come here and play. It's been an up and down roller coaster emotionally all week," Moss said, reflecting on his three years in New England. "And then to come in here and see those guys running plays that I know what they're doing, the success they had on the field, the running game; I know what kind of feeling they have in their locker room, man, and I just want to be able to tell the guys that I miss the hell out of them, every last helmet in that locker room."
Then he wrapped it up with a smack at the Vikings for not listening to his insight on the Patriots, and called the Patriots' Bill Belichick the greatest coach in NFL history.
It's so good to have Randy Moss back in Minnesota.