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  NFL PLAYOFFS

Rams Scrape Past Buccaneers
Kurt Warner
League MVP Kurt Warner struggled Sunday, tossing three interceptions, but came up with a big play late in the game.(Reuters)

St. Louis faced down an unrelenting Tampa Bay defense Sunday and Kurt Warner connected on a 30-yard score late in the fourth quarter as the Rams earned an 11-6 victory over the Bucs and a berth in the Super Bowl.

Titans Earn Super Bowl Berth
Quarterback Steve McNair ran wild Sunday and Tennessee's defense forced six turnovers as the Titans routed the Jaguars, 33-14, to advance to their first Super Bowl.

Loss Leaves Jaguars in a State of Shock

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Close Isn't Good Enough for Tampa Bay
Tampa Bay's defense landed haymakers and body shots and was almost perfect against the arrogant Rams, but its effort went for naught thanks to a pathetic offense.
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Bet on It: Playoff Points Will Pile Up
Leonard Shapiro, writing for washingtonpost.com, reviews those high scoring playoff games last week — and anticipates more of the same ahead.

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