The Bucs have made their money on defense, as they have for most of the second half of the season. With two forced punts and a sack-fumble, the Bucs stifled the Packers' first three drives before finally giving up a 44-yard touchdown run to Eddie Lacy on a missed tackle by Danny Lansanah, in for the injured Mason Foster.
But that solid defense play didn't do much for them given the team's terrible, terrible offense. The Bucs just kept punting, and punting, and punting, and punting. Midway through the second quarter, they had 0 offensive yards. None. Nada. Zip. That's how terrible the offense looked. It took them 26 minutes to get a first down.
And with a putrid offensive performance like that, it doesn't really matter that the defense held Aaron Rodgers and company to just 10 points. It doesn't really matter that they did that while losing Mason Foster and apparently benching Danny Lansanah.
The one redeeming factor: Vincent Jackson and Mike Evans got the Bucs into scoring range on the final drive of the first half. Which means that miraculously, the Bucs managed a field goal and are down just 10-3. Somehow, this is a one-score game.