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Video Vault: Randy Moss delivers a moon over Lambeau

Can the Vikings beat the Packers in a big game at Lambeau Field? It's happened before. The best example might be when Randy Moss mooned Green Bay fans en route to a 31-17 playoff win after the 2004 season.
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