Packers lead Bucs 17-10 at halftime

AP

Packers fans likely never saw this coming: All 296 pounds of defensive end Dean Lowry doing the Lambeau Leap, celebrating with the green-and-gold clad crowd after a 62-yard fumble return for a touchdown.

Defensive tackle Kenny Clark sacked Bucs quarterback Jameis Winston and forced the fumble that Lowry caught out of the air in the second quarter.

The Packers lead 17-10 at the half, having scored 17 consecutive points after the Bucs took an early 7-0 lead. Tampa Bay added a field goal before halftime.

The Bucs opened the scoring with a 28-yard touchdown pass from Winston to Cameron Brate. Winston, returning after missing the past three games with a shoulder injury, has completed 13 of 20 passes for 164 yards and the touchdown.

Although the Bucs have outgained the Packers 188 yards to 141, Kyler Fackrell blocked a Bryan Anger punt that five-play, 45-yard drive capped by a 1-yard touchdown run from Jamaal Williams. Williams had 66 yards on 11 carries in the first half. Then, the Packers got the defensive score.

Brett Hundley has four rushes for 27 yards and has completed 6 of 9 passes for 48 yards and an interception. Justin Evans had the pick for the Bucs.

9 responses to “Packers lead Bucs 17-10 at halftime

  1. A lot of people talked trash (mainly insecure Viking fans of course) about TT drafting 3 running backs, but so far two of them look to be future stars. Very impressed with Williams today.

  2. pkrlvr says:
    December 3, 2017 at 2:41 pm
    A lot of people talked trash (mainly insecure Viking fans of course) about TT drafting 3 running backs, but so far two of them look to be future stars. Very impressed with Williams today.
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    Hey whatever happened to hundley looking like a future hall of famer?

  3. the best part about Viking trolls are that can’t even enjoy their best season in 20 years because their to concerned about trolling packer sites…

  4. clownbaby37 says:
    December 3, 2017 at 2:52 pm
    21st in the league in rushing, great job.
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    12th in the NFL in ypc.
    Not bad when you factor in the fact that Defenses have been loading the box since Aaron Rodgers’ injury.
    And Aaron Jones was off to a better start statistically than Dalvin Cook.
    Yes, they are a couple of capable young backs with a bright future.

  5. 21st in the league in rushing. Oh and your defense is worse than that. And your losing to Tampa Bay. Nothing else to say, the Packers are junk without Rodgers

  6. Packers have to settle for a FG after the refs give Nelson a terrible spot on a 3rd down catch. But we all know the purples will ignore that if GB loses this game.

  7. contra74 says:
    December 3, 2017 at 3:06 pm
    pkrlvr says:
    December 3, 2017 at 2:41 pm
    A lot of people talked trash (mainly insecure Viking fans of course) about TT drafting 3 running backs, but so far two of them look to be future stars. Very impressed with Williams today.
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    Hey whatever happened to hundley looking like a future hall of famer?

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    Said no one ever but trolling vking fans. My god man watch your team play and stay off a packer article. Or is the packer addiction too much???

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