On Sunday, the Green Bay Packers overcame Tampa Bay Buccaneers by 14-12, improving their record to 2-1.

This was their first meeting since the 2020 NFC title game and Aaron Rodgers' second career victory over Brady in 5 games overall (including playoffs).

On all sides of the ball, the Packers seemed to be the superior team for the most of Sunday.

The Packers struggled mightily thereafter on their first two possessions and nearly grabbing a third when Aaron Jones fumbled.

With the Buccaneers' legendary defense in the way, the Packers scored only three first downs in its next eight drives.

Rodgers threw mostly short passes and finished with 27 completions for 255 yards.

"That was disappointing LaFleur said, "We had so many opportunities we felt like in the second half and we did nothing with it,"

After the Match coach Todd Bowles said "We didn't have to have those guys to win this ballgame,". “We just had to play smarter.