Finally, Randy Moss isn’t on the receiving end of a Darrelle Revis comment.

According to ESPN.com, Moss said the trash-talking cornerback will learn to respect him in an interview with the Viking Entertainment Network.

“It's more of us competing. I think he gets caught up a little but with how he talks,” Moss told the Vikings Entertainement Network. “I've never said anything about him, good or bad. I still give him his respect, but he hasn't given me mine yet. Sooner or later, I'll get it.”

When the Patriots and the Jets last met, Moss caught a touchdown while being covered by Revis, who would leave the game after the play. Revis watched the rest of the game from the locker room and was not impressed with what he saw from the former Patriot.

“The second half I watched in the locker room and you could tell he was like putting his foot on the brake," Revis told the NY Post. “Everybody knows that’s Randy. Sometimes he comes out and plays 100 percent and sometimes he doesn’t. You can tell; you can see the effort, the body language. The truth comes out.”

The two loud mouths are set to face each other again Monday Night when the Jets play the Vikings. The game will mark both Randy Moss’ Viking return and Darrelle Revis’ return from injury.