Later on during the actual game between the Vikings and New Orleans Saints, Diggs honored Moss once again by catching a touchdown while wearing the cleats and celebrating just like Moss would.
We saw Vikings wide receiver Stefon Diggs pay tribute to Randy Moss after a second-quarter touchdown Monday night and Browns rookie DeShone Kizer kick up his heels after a score on Sunday. That was not where Bradford's game was headed with 5:30 left in a nondescript half.
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But the real homage came courtesy of Diggs, who went nuclear on the Saints defense, hauling in a pair of touchdowns in the first half and showing off in prime time the same way that Moss used when he sported the purple uniform.
Diggs happened so fast and was so explosive and momentum-changing, the Saints didn't look ready - and neither did observers wondering if this really was the totality of the Vikings' offense with Bradford.
Diggs' first touchdown pass was a much easier score, but only because the Saints defense is bad and got caught peaking on a lazy little play action fake from Sam Bradford. That set up a field goal and a 19-6 lead.
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