In Week 14 against the New England Patriots , Moss caught a yard touchdown pass from wide receiver Brandon Banks , the first passing touchdown of Banks' career. On October 1, , however, Moss exploded for a season-high yards on 4 catches, hauling in two touchdowns of 55 and 8 yards, as well as a yard game-winning touchdown to give Washington the victory in overtime over the visiting Jacksonville Jaguars 36— An unsportsmanlike conduct penalty was assessed against Moss, and he was also ejected from the game, for which he heavily protested. Moss made his first career catch in Week 12 against the New England Patriots. Moss made his first career catch in Week 12 against the New England Patriots. His season with the Redskins was the best in his professional career, with 84 receptions for 1, yards second highest in the NFL that year, behind only Steve Smith of the Carolina Panthers , setting a new Redskins single-season receiving record.