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Instead of playing it safe and waiting for overtime, New England, under coach Bill Belichick, takes shots downfield with 1:21 to play, no timeouts and the end zone 83 yards away. The result: Adam Vinatieri's 48-yard field goal as time expires.
Making the defining play of a 14-play, 89-yard drive at the start of the second half, Tampa Bay wide receiver Joe Jurevicius (83) hauls in a 33-yard reception at the Raiders' 14. Three plays later, the Bucs score the back-breaking touchdown, taking a 27--3 lead.