I have never been much of a conspiracy theorist. It's not my style. But what would happen if Randy Moss came back to the Patriots now that the Vikings appear ready to release him?
With Randy Moss' time in Minnesota shockingly coming to an end after just four games, according to some reports, WR Sidney Rice all of a sudden has a chance to make a serious fantasy impact down the stretch.
Only four weeks after trading for the All-Pro wide receiver, the Vikings have chosen to let go of WR Randy Moss, according to the NFL Network.
Randy Moss is unhappy with the media, but more importantly, he appears unhappy with his situation in Minnesota. Losing to the Patriots, the team that traded him, was a good reminder.
The Vikings' offensive, defensive and special-teams players of the week in their 28-18 loss to the Patriots in Week Eight.
Tom Brady connected with Brandon Tate for a 65-yard touchdown on a broken play to give New England a 28-18 victory over the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday, knocking Favre out of the game in the process.
Vikings QB Brett Favre was carted off the field with a facial laceration. His return is questionable.
PFW's Eric Edholm thinks the Patriots will dominate the Vikings on Sunday — and knock Brett Favre out of the game.
Brett Favre's ankle has taken attention away from Randy Moss' return to New England in this highly anticipated matchup. PFW associate editor Kevin Fishbain believes the well-rounded, confident Patriots have the advantage.
Although the statistics may not show it, the Vikings' defense has played well, particularly LB Chad Greenway, who's been playing like a Pro Bowler.
Although he's still a few weeks away from getting on the practice field, Vikings WR Sidney Rice may yet be able to return to game action this season, according to NFC North Whispers.
Here is a matchup to watch in the Week Seven game between the Patriots and Vikings.
Vikings QB Brett Favre expects to start in Sunday's game against the Patriots.
This week, PFW spends a few minutes with Vikings LB Chad Greenway to talk about his excellent play, the vibe in the locker room and digging out of the hole they are in.