Let me re-state that this is a PREDICTION. Nothing official has been posted anywhere about this yet. The last word we all knew on Randy Moss was that he'd definitely be out this week against Green Bay, may get some playing time for Detroit in week 11 (but not anything major) and then try to be full-strength by the time Minnesota plays Jacksonville in week 12.
However, I think that today's loss to Green Bay will change that timeline considerably. I believe the Vikings were pretty confident that they could beat the Packers without Moss, and so they made it a point to keep Moss off the field. However, Minnesota's loss today puts the Vikings behind the Packers in the NFC North standings, and looking at the remaining schedules of both teams, the Vikings can't afford to lose any more contests.
The Vikings have their back to the walls, and Moss is someone who has played through pain before. It's killing him that he isn't on the field, and the competitor in him won't allow him to sit on the sidelines too long while his team struggles.
So, I strongly feel that Moss will start this coming weekend against Detroit and will play most of the game (unless the Vikings run up a huge lead early).
Any other opinions? Until we have official word one way or another, we're left to make our own predictions.