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Packers vs. Buccaneers Score Update: Green Bay leads 7-0 after one quarter

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Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are losing to the Green Bay Packers 7-0 after one quarter, due to a single, 44-yard Eddie Lacy run.

The Bucs got off to a shockingly good start against the Green Bay Packers, exchanging punts on the first two possessions and then actually sacking and forcing a fumble on Aaron Rodgers. The player forcing that fumble? Mr. invisible himself: Michael Johnson, who clearly showed up to play today.

None of that really mattered, because the offensive line couldn't protect Josh McCown. As per usual. Oniel Cousins at right tackle looked particularly terrible, but Demar Dotson didn't have the best day at left tackle, either.

While the Bucs defense played well overall, it only takes one moment of inattention to allow the Packers to score, and that's what happened when Danny Lansanah whiffed on an Eddie Lacy tackle -- which got him free for a 44-yard touchdown run.