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October 21, 2007
Randy over Worrell -- every time
MIAMI -- Cameron Worrell was lining up the first interception of his five years in the National Football League as Tom Brady's long, lofted pass began to plummet from the sky toward the end zone.
He was in position, the ball was headed his way, and he had just jumped up to get it when Randy Moss jumped higher and snatched the ball away for a TD.
Originally signed by the Bears as an undrafted free agent out of Fresno State in 2003, Worrell came to Miami as unrestricted free agent in March.
He was burned again, on a similar play, later in the second quarter. This time, the 6-4 Moss outleaped not only the 5-11 Cameron, but also the 5-11 Renaldo Hill to pull down a 50-yard TD bomb from Brady.
Brady now has thrown for at least three touchdowns in every game this season, extending his NFL record, and is on pace to throw 57 TD passes, which would smash Peyton Manning's single-season mark of 49.
And it's not even halftime yet.
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