After Week 4 of the 2010 NFL season, Favre was suddenly received a gift in the form of future Hall of Fame receiver Randy Moss.
The Vikings made the deal to acquire Randy Moss looking to ignite this struggling offense after starting the year with a 1-2 record.
It may be true that Moss didn't really get much of a shot with his limited stay but it does speak volumes how even Favre's presence could not keep the notorious malcontent happy.
As much as Moss should be blamed for not playing to his potential, Favre did not give very much reason to feel comfortable with the team.
During Moss' brief time with the Vikes, Favre failed to lead the team back in a 29-20 loss to the Jets, only managed to throw for one touchdown against the hapless Cowboys, and only threw one other TD pass in two games against the Green Bay Packers and New England Patriots.
In each of those four games, Moss' receiving numbers gradually plummeted. His Vikings career ended with a one-reception, 8-receiving yard performance.