Over the last couple of seasons, Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Adam Thielen has emerged as one of the top players league at his position. He’s basically become Randy Moss. Thielen once against proved again proved this on Sunday afternoon against Los Angeles. He hauled in six catches on nine targets for a game-high 123 receiving yards, which put him in an exclusive group in team history, according to Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk. Thielen’s six-reception, 123-yard day gives him 62 catches for 916 yards on the season. And that puts him in select company over the entire course of franchise history. Only Randy Moss, once in 2003, caught 60 or more passes for 900 or more yards through the first 10 games of a season. No other receiver in franchise history accomplished that, including Moss in any of his other six years with the team The 27-year-old currently ranks fourth in the league with 62 catches and second in receiving yards through the first 10 games played.