He found out the next week at Cincinnati with a season-high 196 yards and two touchdowns on six catches, an average of 32.7 yards per catch. Moulds had another 100-yard day against the New York Jets in December.
"The last five games he was probably close to the best receiver in the league, the best I saw for sure," Buffalo coach Wade Phillips said.
"He made a whole bunch of extraordinary catches, but finishing it was the biggest thing," Bills receiver Kevin Williams said. "This year he's even stronger, he's even faster and he wants to do it. Man-on-man coverage, he's on another level. They're going to have to do some different things to contain him. I can't wait."
Moulds still has his legal matter hanging over him and says the appeal process could take up to two years.
"The main thing is just waiting and not knowing what's going to happen," he said. "It's just something that I have to go through, and a lot of guys, like Bruce Smith and Thurman Thomas, told me to just concentrate on football and then whatever happens after that, just deal with it."