FOXBORO - Vikings wide receiver Randy Moss spoke to the media following the 28-18 Patriots win at Gillette Stadium on Sunday. Moss, who refused to answer any questions from reporters, talked about his feelings for his former organization.
"It was hard for me to come here and play," said Moss, who finished with just one catch for eight yards. "It was an up-and-down roller coaster for me all week. Then to be able to come and see these guys, running plays, I know what they're doing, success they had on the field with the running game. I kind of know what type of feeling is in their locker room and I want to be able to tell those guys that I miss the hell out of them, every last helmet in that locker room ... Coach Belichick gave me an opportunity to part of something special and I really take that to heart and I salute Coach Belichick and the Patriots for the success they had before me, during me and after me. I'm actually stuck for words."
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