49ers vs Giants: Randy Moss crosses career milestone on long catch

Ed Szczepanski-US PRESSWIRE - Presswire

Moss goes over 15,000 yards in his career on a catch for the 49ers. The big news here is that Randy Moss made a catch for the 49ers.

San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Randy Moss had a season-long catch of 55 yards against the Giants today. The catch made him the fourth player in NFL history over 15,000 career yards, now sitting at 15,032.

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Of course the real news here is that Randy Moss actually made a catch. He had nine for 99 coming into the game, though it helped that the Giants gave him a five yard safety bubble on his route. Moss is now a little less than 200 yards shy of third-place Isaac Bruce. He should catch him if he plays two more years.

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