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Notebook: Moss sparks second-half resurgence

Randy Moss was mostly quiet during the first half, but he sparked the team's second-half offensive output with key third-down pickups and a touchdown. That elicited a number of responses from coaches and Brett Favre. Plus, Favre deflected questions about the allegations against him and much more.

Randy Moss got off to a bit of a slow start, but his presence was felt by the end of the Vikings' 29-20 loss to the New York Jets Monday. Moss started the game by taking a reverse pitch from Percy Harvin, rolling to the right and passing to Brett Favre for 9 yards, a play that was negated by a penalty. The rest of the night, it was Favre tossing it to Moss, who was limited to one catch for...

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