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Second Down: Week 14

Name that player
With three receptions Sunday Lee Evans eclipsed the 50-catch plateau for the third straight season. Who was the last Bills receiver to record three straight 50-catch seasons?

Reed a top 10'er
Josh Reed led the team in receptions and receiving yards Sunday with five catches for 58 yards and the only third down conversion of the day. Those five receptions moved him into a tie for 10th place on the team's all-time list for catches in a Bills career.

Reed now has 269 receptions tying him with Frank Lewis.

Lindell hits 200
Rian Lindell's 40-yard field goal Sunday helped him reach an important milestone as it was the 200th career three-pointer of the kicker's career. His 200 field goals tie him for 46th on the NFL's all-time list with former Bills kicker Mike Hollis and Oakland's Sebastian Janikowski.

McKelvin sets rookie record
With 56 yards on a pair of kick returns Sunday, Leodis McKelvin broke the rookie record for kick return yards in a season. McKelvin now has 1,234 kick return yards this year passing Eric Moulds, who had 1,205 kick return yards as a rookie back in 1996.

And McKelvin broke the record with 10 fewer returns than Moulds as Buffalo's rookie currently has just 42 returns on the year. Moulds had 52 returns in 1996.

Ironman Moorman
Brian Moorman played in his 125th career game for the Bills becoming just the 33rd player in team annals to reach the milestone. The Bills punter is currently tied with Stew Barber for 32nd on the team's all-time participation chart.

Running man
J.P. Losman ran for a career-high 53 yards on Sunday against the Dolphins. It was the most rushing yards by a Bills quarterback in a game since Rob Johnson's 67 rushing yards against San Diego in 2001.

Name that player answer
Eric Moulds was the last Bills receiver to post three consecutive 50-catch seasons. It was part of his streak of eight straight 50 reception campaigns from 1998-2005.

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