Garner...5 carries, 9 yards
Pittman...6 carries, 47 yards
Porter...2 catches, 20 yards
K. Johnson...3 catches, 30 yards
Gannon...3-9, 25 yards
B. Johnson...6-11, 63 yards
The lowdown: Tampa Bay just took over. After Gramatica's 43-yard field goal, the Buccaneers got a 25-yard punt return from Karl Williams that put them in position for Mike Alstott's short scoring run. Brad Johnson hit Keenan McCardell on a short scoring pass for a 20-3 halftime lead.
Big play: Dexter Jackson made his second interception, staying put while Gannon tried his pump-fake routine, and made a 25-yard return that seemed to further shock Raider morale.
Unanswered questions: What was wrong with Gannon? And did the strange absence of starting Pro Bowl center Barret Robbins have an impact on the Raiders' concentration?
Did you notice? The looks of dismay on the Raider sideline as the quarter went on. At halftime, Oakland Coach Bill Callahan told a TV sideline reporter that the problem was his team had lost its poise. How about its spirit, in the face of Tampa Bay's swarming, aggressive defense?