September 16, 2014
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (AP) - Terrell Owens wasn't much good to the
Bills in his Buffalo debut.
Owens had two catches for 46 yards in Monday night's 25-24 loss to the New England Patriots, a quiet game for the usually talkative receiver.
In all, Bills quarterback Trent Edwards only threw to Owens four times: He dropped a pass in the first half and was called for offensive pass interference in the fourth quarter, negating a 9-yard gain.
Owens didn't have his first catch as a Bill until the last five minutes of the third quarter. It was his 184th consecutive game with a reception, and it put him into sixth place on the NFL career receptions list.
He has 953 catches in his career.
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