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Bucs 2001 schedule

By Times staff writer

© St. Petersburg Times, published December 19, 2000


If Bucs win NFC Central:

Home

Bears

Lions

Packers

Vikings

Giants

Jaguars

Panthers

AFC Central winner

Away

Bears

Lions

Packers

Vikings

Eagles

Saints

Steelers

AFC Central runner-up

If Bucs finish second:

Home

Bears

Lions

Packers

Vikings

Eagles

Saints

Steelers

AFC Central runner-up

Away

Bears

Lions

Packers

Vikings

Bengals

Cowboys

Rams

AFC Central winner

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