Moss making presence felt

ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. -- On a day when the New England Patriots otherwise might be content to stomp the Buffalo Bills' feeble run defense, Randy Moss has made the loudest statement so far.

MossThe Patriots didn't have a single passing yard until more than two minutes were gone in the second quarter. That's when Moss tippy-tapped his feet in the back of the end zone for a 13-yard touchdown.

The Patriots have a 7-3 lead with five minutes left in the second quarter. Of their 86 total yards, Moss has 38 of them on three receptions. He also drew a 43-yard pass interference penalty to set up his touchdown.