Patriots WR Randy Moss has reached two career receiving milestones in the Pats-Bills game on Sunday.
The 13-year veteran caught his 150th TD pass in the first half. He is now the second player with to reach the 150 receiving TDs milestone; Hall-of-Famer Jerry Rice is the leader with 197 receiving TDs.
Moss caught his second TD in the third quarter for 35 yards, allowing him to pass Marvin Harrison and move into fifth all-time for receiving yards. He entered the game trailing Harrison by 22 yards. He is less than 400 yards away from taking fourth place from Tim Brown.
The way we see it
Earlier this month, QB Tom Brady called Moss the best downfield threat of all-time, and the veteran still has not lost a step. He has had as many drops through two games as he did all last season, but is still Brady's best weapon and has supplanted himself as one of the best receivers of all-time.