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Patriots-Bills matchup of the day: Saturday

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By Kevin Fishbain

Here's a look at a matchup to keep an eye on when the Patriots take on the Bills on Sunday.

Patriots WR Randy Moss vs. Bills CBs Terrence McGee and Leodis McKelvin

Patriots WR Randy Moss was targeted 10 times in Week Two and had just two receptions. His one-handed grab may have been nice, but that could not make up for a 14-point loss to the Jets. Moss already has four drops this season, matching his total from all of last year.

The Bills have good corners to cover Moss, not as good as Jets CB Darrelle Revis, but CBs Terrence McGee and Leodis McKelvin will challenge Moss. Moss has two long TDs already this season, but the drops and the lack of receptions against the Jets are a concern. The Bills will take a look at what Jets CB Antonio Cromartie did in the second half to take Moss out of the game and try to repeat it.

QB Tom Brady look rattled as persistent attempts to Moss fell to the turf, or in the hands of the Jets. Moss torched the Bills in 2009 for 17 catches for 201 yards and a TD in two meetings, but he was held to just six catches for 63 yards in 2008.

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