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Their own worst enemy

Compiled by Times staff writer

© St. Petersburg Times, published October 20, 2000


First half

TB FIRST DRIVE: Mike Alstott stopped for 1-yard loss on third and 1 at the Lions 8. Settle for a field goal.

TB SECOND DRIVE: Quick screen to Warrick Dunn falls 2 yards short at the Lions 25. Settle for a field goal.

D THIRD DRIVE: Punt blocked by Nate Webster. Ronde Barber and John McLaughlin bungle opportunities to recover in the end zone. Lions recover. Bucs settle for a safety.

TB FOURTH DRIVE: Alstott fumbles on first down. Lions recover.

D FIFTH DRIVE: Offside on Warren Sapp and running into the kicker by John Lynch turn fourth and 8 into a first down at the Bucs 13. Lions later kick 33-yard field goal.

D SIXTH DRIVE: Secondary allows Detroit to convert on third and 22 from its 42 on a 24-yard pass to Johnnie Morton. Drive culminates with a 5-yard touchdown run by James Stewart, who also runs in the two-point conversion for an 11-11 halftime score.

Second half

TB FIRST DRIVE: Shaun King intercepted by Bryant Westbrook, who returns it to the Bucs 16. Lions kick 47-yard field goal to go ahead 14-11.

TB SECOND DRIVE: Frank Middleton called for offensive holding, nullifying a 34-yard pass from King to Alstott. Bucs end up punting.

TB THIRD DRIVE: King's pass to Keyshawn Johnson is incomplete on third and 2, stalling a 43-yard drive. Bucs settle for tying field goal.

TB FOURTH DRIVE: On third and 1 at the Bucs 40, King is intercepted by Chris Claiborne. Lions convert third and 9 on the ensuing drive, leading to Stewart's winning touchdown.

TB FIFTH DRIVE: On fourth and 2 with 3:18 left, King's pass to Jacquez Green is incomplete. Lions take over.

D SEVENTH DRIVE: Facing second and 9, Stewart runs 34 yards. Lions score touchdown to put game away.

TB EIGHTH DRIVE: Westbrook intercepts King in end zone.

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