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Fire and ice

By Times staff writer

© St. Petersburg Times, published November 27, 2000


On fire -- Karl Williams

On his 73-yard touchdown return, Williams showed the quick feet that make him one of the league's best career punt returners. His 2000 punt return average rose from 7.9 to 11 on Sunday.

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On ice -- Bucs offensive line

The Bucs allowed a season-high seven sacks and Jeff Christy, right, and Dave Moore were flagged for holding. Not exactly a banner day for offensive line coach Chris Foerster's group, a unit that allowed 18 sacks before Sunday.

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