Video: 'Legend killer' Moats stops Favre

Moats Place In NFL History (2:16)

Bills LB Arthur Moats talks about the hit that ended Brett Favre's streak (2:16)

Buffalo Bills linebacker Arthur Moats talks with "SportsCenter" anchor Linda Cohn about ending Brett Favre's streak at 297 games. Moats relayed that his Bills teammates have been calling him the "legend killer" and "streak ender" for the nasty hit that injured Favre's shoulder in Week 13.

Moats was 4 years old when Favre's streak started in September 1992 and wasn't sure what to think when seeing Favre on the Minnesota Vikings sideline for Monday's game against the New York Giants.

"It didn't really hit me until midway though the game because, you know, everyone's been so accustomed to seeing Brett Favre start," Moats said. "So it was a little bit of mixed emotions. It was 'Dang, he's not starting. I wish he gets in.' But at the same time it was 'Man, that happened from my hit.' "