Tampa Bay Buccaneers 41 Chicago Bears 0|
Sunday 10 September 2000 at Raymond James Stadium
|TB||2:00-2Q||King 3 run (Gramatica kick)|
|TB||1:32-2Q||Barber 26 fumble return (Gramatica kick)|
|TB||8:38-3Q||Johnson 13 pass from King (Gramatica kick)|
|TB||7:56-3Q||Green 59 pass from King (Gramatica kick) |
|TB||10:44-4Q||Alstott 21 run (Gramatica kick)|
BUCS: Alstott 15-71, Dunn 14-53, Stecker 5-26, King 2-6.
BEARS: McNown 5-49, Allen 6-47, Enis 11-20.
BUCS: King 21-10-167-0-2, Zeier 3-3-19-0-0.
BEARS: McNown 29-15-96-2-0.
BUCS: Green 5-104, Johnson 2-32, Dunn 2-5, Williams 1-27, Hape 1-13, Alstott 1-4, Yoder 1-1.
BEARS: Engram 4-10, Allen 3-14, Robinson 2-25, Brooks 2-19, White 2-15, Mayes 1-8, Kennison 1-5.
BUCS: Abraham 2-19.
|This was as big a massacre of the Bears as the score indicates. Most of the Bears' paltry 165 yards of offense came in the fourth quarter and their only scoring opportunity was a 42-yard Paul Edinger fieldgoal that sailed wide. Michael Jordan was there as a guest of the Glazers, the sellout crowd went home happy and everyone thought the Bucs were on their way to the SuperBowl. "We haven't won like that in quite a while" summed up Tony Dungy.
Rick Stroud reports from Raymond James Stadium
Sunday's spectacle is a rare sight around here
Bucs cornering the market on impact plays
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|3 Royals, 7 Gramatica,15 Zeier, 22 Stecker, 25 Kelly, 31 Young, 33 Vance, 46 Gibson, 50 Gooch, 51 Singleton, 52 Webster, 58 Davis, 60 Coleman, 68 Unutoa,75 Washington, 79 Hegamin, 80 Yoder, 82 Hape, 85 Anthony, 86 Williams, 94 White, 97 Jackson, 98 Cannida
||DID NOT PLAY
|14 Hamilton, 27 Abdullah, 34 Jackson, 65 Dogins, 76 Curry, 84 Spence, 88 Hastings, 95 McLaughlin