World News – US – Buccaneers lead Packers 38-10 after three

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Tampa Bay running back Ronald Jones scored on a 1-yard touchdown to push Tampa Bay’s lead to 38-10 after three quarters

After receiving the ball first, the Packers offensive line gave quarterback Aaron Rodgers enough time to find running back Aaron Jones for a 20-yard gain to convert to third and tenth and start the series

Rodgers sent back-to-back passes over Davante Adams (eight and 12 yards) and Marquez Valdes-Scantling (12 yards) against the Tampa Bay men’s cover to get to the Buccaneers 24-yard line, where the Packers have continued his goal streak in the first five practices with a 39-yard field goal by Mason Crosby

The Green Bay defense brought the ball back on offense with inside linebacker Krys Barnes meeting Ronald Jones in the middle to stop the Tampa Bay running back for a 2-yard gain

Cornerback Josh Jackson, making his first start since December 30, 2018, replacing an injured Kevin King, tripped LeSean McCoy to hold third and 2 and force the Buccaneers to pitch

The Packers converted to third and seventh with an 11-yard pass to Robert Tonyan Jamaal Williams then broke a 25-yard run down the middle, following blocks from center Corey Linsley and right guard Lucas Patrick

15-yard pass to Valdes-Scantling and 13-yard pass to Adams put Packers in Tampa Bay red zone After a 15-yard pass to Darrius Shepherd, Rodgers battled for what origin governed a 7-yard touchdown

The game was reversed and the ball was placed at Tampa Bay 1 Aaron Jones finished the run with a 1 yard touchdown, making him the first Packers player to score in each of the first five games of the team since Billy Howton (1952) Green Bay had the ball for over 12 minutes in the first quarter

The Buccaneers were forced to punt again after a Tom Brady pass intended for Chris Godwin on a crossing route fell incomplete The Packers took over on their own 22

Tampa Bay cornerback Jamel Dean intercepted Rodgers in second and tenth place, which only earned him the third pick six of Rodgers’ 16-year NFL career, to narrow the Green Bay lead at 10-7 Prior to the pick, Rodgers threw 157 straight passes with an INT

Carlton Davis then tipped a slanted pass intended for Adams in the second and fourth, which safety Mike Edwards intercepted and returned to Green Bay 2 On the first down, the Buccaneers took a 14-10 lead after a touchdown from 2 yards by Ronald Jones

Aaron Jones initially caught a 23-yard pass on a wheel road, but it was knocked down after examination because the ball was juggled after a Davis hit After Rodgers was unable to connect with Marcedes Lewis at the bottom of the seam, the Packers’ attack went on three times

The Buccaneers extended their lead to 21-10 after Tom Brady hit Tyler Johnson for a 7-yard touchdown on third and goal with 4:35 left in the half

The Packers went three times after a 7-yard run by Aaron Jones on the first down Tampa Bay pushed their lead to 28-10 after Brady threw tight end Rob Gronkowski his first touchdown as a member of the Buccaneers

Brady joined Gronkowski for 31 yards down midfield to open the second half on a practice that ended in a 50-yard Ryan Succop basket

The Packers and Buccaneers would trade three and-outs, which saw Green Bay take over at 24 hours with 10:13 in the third quarter

Rodgers converted a third and 18 with a midfield pass to Adams, but the Packers drive would stall at their own 47, resulting in a 38-yard JK Scott punt

Montravius ​​Adams tackled LeSean McCoy for a loss of 3 yards to help force a third and a 12, but a defensive pass interference penalty in the end zone on Josh Jackson gave the ball to the Buccaneers at Green Bay 1 Ronald Jones scored again to push Tampa Bay’s lead to 38-10

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World News – United States – Buccaneers lead Packers 38-10 after three


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