St. Petersburg Times Online: Sports
 Devil Rays Forums

printer version


[Times photo: Jim Damaske]
Trent Dilfer comforts Shaun King.

The game in photos

Main story

Not enough
Gary Shelton

Six points doesn't cut it for King, Bucs
Hubert Mizell

Sometimes it is just as easy as a snap

Ineffective attack finally costs Bucs

Defense's spy scheme shuts Faulk down.

Bucs covered primary concern

Locker room is a house of pain

The Party Line

Bad call does in Bucs; offense doesn't help

Patience pays off for Rams

'They'll be heroes no matter what'

Once-sorry Bucs carry region to higher, common ground

Emanuel: No need for review

online poll
How will the Bucs do next season?

Times staff writer

© St. Petersburg Times, published January 24, 2000

ON FIRE -- Bucs special teams: Rams returner Tony Horne, the league's best on kickoffs, averaged 19 yards on two returns. Punt returner Az-zahir Hakim averaged 8.3 yards on his three returns. Tampa Bay's Fred McAfee, left, had the biggest tackle.

ON ICE -- Bucs offensive line: The unit allowed five sacks and an even higher number of hurries and pressures. The unit also failed to generate a rushing game with Tampa Bay gaining 77 yards. The absence of injured left tackle Paul Gruber, right, never was felt more.

* * *

Back to Bucs

Back to Top
© St. Petersburg Times. All rights reserved.


  • Arizona Regains No. 1 Ranking in AP Poll
  • Garnett Eclipsed by Jordan Farewell
  • Report: Creditors O.K. Bid for Senators
  • Green Surprises Earnhardt at Daytona
  • UConn Remains Unanimous in Women's Poll
  • Americans Lose in 1st Round of Davis Cup