Moss went from a three touchdown season in 2006 to an NFL record 23 in 2007. His 23rd touchdown was also quarterback Tom Brady’s record 50th touchdown toss. He helped the Patriots to a 16-0 record and Super Bowl appearance. Moss out-jumped defenders to catch bombs. Moss was able to beat double coverage and make plays down field. Though he was the “home-run” receiver in New England, he could be used as a possession type guy, resulting in 98 catches, third most in Patriots history. Moss earned his sixth Pro Bowl and caught a personal best four touchdowns in a game against the Buffalo Bills. He finished with nine 100+ yard games, 13 games with at least a touchdown and eight games with multiple touchdowns. Moss was an absolute beast who made plays down-field at a never before seen level. His production across the board helped the Patriots set the NFL scoring record with 589 and the highest point differential with 315. Moss also claimed the Week 9 and 11 AFC Player of the Week award and was the AFC Player of the Month in November.