WRRandy Mosshad the Bills' defense scrambling last night in an attempt to slow him down. Moss had 12 catches for a game-high 141 yards and found himself in the NFL record books when the game ended. After receiving passes No. 850 and 851 he passed WRs Rod Smith and Irving Fryer on the all-time reception list. He now stands alone in 13th behind Jimmy Smith. However, according to the* Boston Globe*, Moss remained modest without acknowledging his personal feats. “I think the main thing that I can really go home and hang my hat on is the victory,’’ said Moss. “We did some good things out there, but I think coach is going to give it to us good.”
In other news, the *Boston Globe *reports Patriots Head Coach Bill Belichick acknowledged his team could have performed better at times but praised there efforts in the final minutes. "Well, that was an exciting night," said Belichick. "You know it's a great effort by our team. I'm really proud of the players, not that we played our best, but we hung in there and we kept playing down by 11 with four or five minutes to go in the game. We came back and made the plays we had to make to win. We certainly don't want to put ourselves in that position very often."
Lastly in today's blitz, the status of starting LB Jerod Mayois still unknown after he left last night's game with an apparent knee injury. The *Boston Herald *reports Mayo told a teammate that “It’s nothing serious.” In Mayo's absence, Gary Guytonstepped into the middle of the defense.