After the Packers went up 10-0 in the first quarter, a pick-six started a run of 38 unanswered points by the Buccaneers en route to a 38-10 blowout Sunday afternoon in Tampa.
Aaron Rodgers, who had thrown just two career pick-sixes in his career coming into the game, gave one up early in the second quarter, then promptly threw another interception returned to the two-yard line that eventually became Tampa Bay's go-ahead score.
Green Bay would give up two more touchdowns before halftime and went into the locker room down 28-10.
Rodgers finished just 16 for 35 and 160 yards with the two interceptions, and no touchdowns. Green Bay's ground game found no daylight either, gaining just 94 yards on 21 carries.
Tampa Bay got a 113-yard, two-touchdown day from Ronald Jones II, as well as two Tom Brady touchdown passes, including one to former Patriots teammate Rob Gronkowski, in the victory.
Next up, the Packers take on the Texans on Sunday at noon.
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