Terrell Owens and Randy Moss were at it again this week, battling to see who'd be the better receiver.
Owens accounted for all 28 of the Cowboys' points in their win over the Redskins. He also got in one play on defense, knocking down a Washington Hail Mary pass to save the game.
T.O finished with eight catches for 173 yards.
Moss, meanwhile, was on fire from the first snap against the Bills on Sunday night—and matched Owens' TD total with eight seconds remaining in the second quarter.
In the end, I have to give the edge to Moss for his four scores in one half of football. He even got in a play on defense...although he didn't save the game the way Owens did.
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