Stefon Diggs pays homage to Randy Moss with TD celebration

Stefon Diggs pays homage to Randy Moss with TD celebration

Stefon Diggs pays homage to Randy Moss with TD celebration

That inspired Stefon Diggs to break out some special cleats.

"That man gave me an opportunity to be here in front of you guys", Moss said of Green. He was honored at a luncheon earlier on Monday, and got a little misty-eyed and choked up when talking about the honor and what it meant to him.

It turns out "disgusting acts" make for awesome cleats.

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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.

It's not the first time Diggs has rocked unusual cleats during a game.

The celebration led to a $10,000 fine that was well worth it, and Buck and Moss are cool nowadays.

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Around the stadium, a card stunt was done to honor Moss, with a massive display of the number 84 made by fans in the stands as well as his name and other honors. "I definitely wanted to honor him and show that I have a lot of respect for him and his game".

Thielen, a Minnesota native, told that Moss's success "pushed me to play this game and try to play at the highest level because of what he did on the field".

With a whole half left to go and with Diggs already on fire in this one, we could see some more Randy Moss tributes before the night is over.

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