Randy Moss' one-handed TD grab on Sunday was his 150th TD of his career, making him the fourth NFL player ever to reach the milestone.
Moss beat Jets CB Darrelle Revis downfield late in the second quarter and hauled the ball in with his right hand for a 34-yard TD catch.
The 13-year veteran joins LaDainian Tomlinson, Emmitt Smith and Jerry Rice as the only NFL players ever to find the endzone at least 150 times in their career. 149 of Moss' TDs are receptions, with one punt return. His next TD catch will make him and Rice the only players ever with at least 150 TD receptions. Terrell Owens has 147 career touchdowns.
The way we see it
Moss showed he continues to be an incredible downfield threat, and he joins Hall-of-Fame company with the touchdown. Plays like that will help Moss show he is still a star and maybe earn him the contract he is looking for when the season ends. The concern for the Patriots was that Moss had only two catches while he was targeted 10 times in their Week Two loss to the Jets.