Battling against a hobbled Devin McCourty and the NFL's worst ranked pass defense, Washington Redskins wide receiver Santana Moss had one of his best games of the season on Sunday against the New England Patriots. Moss scored his first touchdown since a Week 5 score against the St. Louis Rams. The touchdown came on trick play by the Skins, as Brandon Banks launched it to Moss on a reverse pass. The ball was badly underthrown but Moss waited, caught it and broke a tackle to scamper in for the 49 yard touchdown.
The touchdown play was part of a three catch, 81 yard day for Moss. The 81 yards receiving were a season high for the wideout, who returned just two weeks ago after being sidelined with a broken hand.