Arriving at Lambeau Field to take on the Green Bay Packers, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers knew that they needed to make something happen to help right their sinking season. That was a tall order, given that they were up against the reigning Super Bowl Champions.
Although the Packers were undefeated coming into the game, the Buccaneers had good reason for hope. Aaron Rodgers has a history of playing poorly against the Bucs, going 0-2 in his career as a starter against the team that nearly picked him up in the draft.
Despite putting together a great, entertaining game, the Buccaneers were not able to emerge victorious. They drop to 4-6, and the window for their playoff hopes closes a little bit more.
Over the following 14 slides, we will review some lessons that we learned about the Buccaneers in their 26-35 loss to the Packers.