Bills RB Zack Moss Runs In Touchdown During Monday Night Football
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – Former Utah star and current Buffalo Bills rookie running back Zack Moss found the end zone on Monday Night Football.
Zack Moss ran in a five yard touchdown to put the Bills up 10-3 over the New England Patriots with 14:50 remaining in the second quarter. It’s the fifth total touchdown of the season for Moss. Against the Patriots this season, Moss has three TD’s. He has one receiving and one rushing score in the other 10 games he played in this season combined.
At that point, Moss had 4 carries for 24 yards and a touchdown. On November 1 at home against the Patriots, Moss ran the ball 14 times for 81 yards and two touchdowns.
His only rushing touchdown of the season against a team that isn’t the Patriots was on November 8 versus Seattle. His receiving TD came in his NFL debut against the New York Jets.
This performance from Moss comes two days after Utah football found out that star running back Ty Jordan passed away. On Saturday, Moss posted the following on Twitter.
“Prayers out to Ty Jordan and his family and the Utah football family,” Moss wrote. “Got a chance to meet him and interact with him a few times thru social media. We we’re blessed to see him play the game and this one hurts. 22 forever a legend. Go spend some more time with your mom bro.”
Someone responded to that tweet telling Moss to honor Jordan on Monday with his best game. Moss responded with “I’ll do my best.”