Relive the Moment: Tom Brady, Randy Moss Set New NFL Records With Lengthy Touchdown Strike Against Giants in Season Finale


Brady to Moss wasn't called the unstoppable toss for nothing. When the Patriots acquired All-Pro receiver Randy Moss to team with All-Pro quarterback Tom Brady the NFL record books were re-written in 2007. Brady threw for a record 50 touchdown passes and Moss caught 23 of those, both setting new single-season records. Each set the new marks on a 65-yard strike in Week 17 against the Giants, which also preserved New England's perfect 16-0 regular season.

To see the historic toss from Brady to Moss check out the video below.

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