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MONDAY MORNING QB

THE BALTIMORE SUN

IMPACT PLAYER

Antwaan Randle El was a gamble as a second-round pick in 2002 as a 5-foot-10 QB, but he's made a big impact on the Steelers. He had two catches at wide receiver and set up scoring drives with two punt returns against the Redskins.

WRONG FOOT

The Bucs' Martin Gramatica, who already had missed five field-goal tries, missed three more yesterday and is likely to be cut.

COLLAPSING

Coach Dick Vermeil has to shoulder some blame for the Chiefs' five blown fourth-quarter leads. It's not all on the defensive coordinator.

SLAM DUNK

Chargers tight end Antonio Gates, who played basketball at Kent State but not football, is one of the NFL's best stories with 11 TD catches.

ROOKIE FIND

Carolina's Keary Colbert, a second-round pick, has emerged as one of the best rookie receivers. He had the winning catch yesterday.

D.C. DISASTER

The Redskins are averaging 12.5 points a game and have not scored more than 18 in a game. The first place coach Joe Gibbs should look to correct his dysfunctional offense when the season ends is Vinny Cerrato, the personnel man who engineered this year's free-agent chaos.

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