The Green Bay Packers dominated the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday, holding them without an offensive touchdown for 59 minutes.
They sacked Tom Brady three times, limited Leonard Fournette to 35 yards and forced two fumbles. Tampa Bay managed only one first down on their final drive,
and they were two for eleven on third down. The Packers also forced them to punt inside five times, forcing them to take long fields.
Aaron Rodgers converted his first five third-down attempts, hitting Randall Cobb for a 17-yard gain on first-and-goal.
The Bucs' defense, which had been focused on limiting yards after the catch through the first two weeks, did not do so well against Rodgers.
The Buccaneers' offensive struggles continued on the next drive. Tampa Bay's offense was plagued by penalties, with six in the first half and eight on the last.
Tampa Bay had only three offensive touchdowns in its first three games and is likely to be in turmoil following the defeat.
Green Bay's defense remained solid. Kenny Clark had two sacks. Keisean Nixon was a key player, filling in for Jaire Alexander in the second half.