Vikings’ wide receiver Randy Moss had 11 receptions for 120 yards and a touchdown during Sunday’s loss to the Chargers, but was taken out of the game for a few plays in the fourth quarter because of a concussion that left him feeling woozy and experiencing double-vision. Head coach Mike Tice demanded that he come off the field, but noted that Moss fights to stay in the game. “He came over all (goofy-faced) and said, 'You're ugly when there's just one of you, but you're really ugly when there's two of you,' '' Tice told the St. Paul Pioneer Press. “He was out of it.” The injury was originally thought to be a recurrence of the back spasms that bothered him earlier this season.
We’ll keep you posted on Moss’ status for this week’s game against the Raiders, but we’d be surprised if he didn’t play. Moss has never missed a game in his career.