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Fire & ice

By ERNEST HOOPER

© St. Petersburg Times, published November 13, 2000


On fire

Bucs K Martin Gramatica

With his 54-field goal in the fourth quarter, Martin Gramatica set a team season record with his fourth field goal of more than 50 yards. Gramatica, who added a 51-yarder later, now has five beyond 50 yards and has converted his last 12 attempts.

On ice

Bucs coverage units

It doesn't take long to go from lauded to loathed. After five weeks of great plays, and 60 minutes after being introduced in pre-game ceremonies, Joe Marciano's special teams unit produced a list of miscues, two of which led directly to 10 Green Bay points for Green Bay.

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