Brady, Moss Trample Bills

Pats improve to 3-0 after breezing past Buffalo 38-7; Losman sits out game
By Greg Atwan,  Newser User
Posted Sep 23, 2007 9:05 PM CDT
New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady is congratulated by receiver Randy Moss after Moss caught a second-quarter touchdown pass from Brady during their 38-7 win over the Buffalo Bills in a football...   (Associated Press)
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(Newser) – Tom Brady dazzled a Gillette crowd with a 23-for-29, 311-yard performance in a 38-7 stampede on the Buffalo Bills, extending the Patriots' undefeated start over a third game. Wideout Randy Moss caught two TDs among five completions from his new quarterback and finished with 115 yards—his third-straight triple-digit outing.

Bills rookie rusher Marshawn Lynch picked up 74 yards, but his performance was an anomaly as an injury-plagued Buffalo team continued to struggle on both sides of the ball. Rookie Trent Edwards had to replace J.P. Losman after Losman was hit hard twice during the first series; Edwards found the end zone for Buffalo's only 7. The Pats, meanwhile, have punted a grand total of four times in three games, the Globe reports.