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Playoff Bound Bucs Face 49’ers

The playoff bound Buccaneers head to San Francisco Sunday to take on the 49ers at Monster Park.  Tampa enters the contest at 9-and-5, having already won the NFC South division with last week’s 37-3 rout of Atlanta.  Ronde Barber returned an interception for a touchdown, while Michael Spurlock became the first player in franchise history to return a kickoff for a score.  Earnest Graham had 22 carries for 79 yards and a TD to go with five catches for 40 yards for the Bucs, who have won of their last six games.  The Niners are coming off a 20-13 home victory over Cincinnati last Saturday.  Shaun Hill threw for 197 yards and a touchdown, while Frank Gore rushed for 138 yards to help San Francisco improve to 4-and-10 on the year.  Hill, who was making his first NFL start in place of the injured Trent Dilfer and Alex Smith, will get the nod once again this week.


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