posted on Oct, 24 2004 @ 07:23 PM
Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Randy Moss was in the starting lineup during Sunday's 20-3 victory over the Tennessee Titans despite having a
hamstring injury, but the All-Pro was removed from the game after the team's first two offensive plays.
Moss, who has not missed a contest in his seven-year career, was not involved in either play and had a streak of 101 straight games with a reception
come to an end. The star wideout had also caught at least one touchdown pass in each of the Vikings last 10 outings dating back to last season.
Moss initially sustained the injury in last weekend's win over the New Orleans Saints. He went down with just under five minutes left in the second
quarter as he was battling with a defender to get position on a long pass from Daunte Culpepper.
Moss finished last week's game with two catches for 89 yards and a touchdown, helping Minnesota to a 38-31 victory. For the season, he has 26 catches
for 394 yards and eight TDs.