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Highlights from the Bucs’ Week 6 win over the Packers

What a game.

Green Bay Packers v Tampa Bay Buccaneers Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images

The Bucs (4-2) knew they were up against a tough test in the Packers (4-1) this week, but they also knew they had every chance of winning this game.

Tampa Bay put on a dominant performance and drilled the Packers, 38-10. Let’s relive the game’s best moments.

Aaron Jones puts the Packers on the board first

Yep, it was Aaron Jones, not Aaron Rodgers who drew first blood in regards to six points. The fourth-year back scores from one yard out extend the Packers lead to 10-0 lead in the first quarter.

Jamel Dean takes it to the house for his first career interception

Tampa Bay fans know you don’t throw the out route.....

Dean picks it off and brings it home for six. The play cut the Packers’ lead to 10-7.

Mike Edwards joins the pick party

Rodgers —and the Packers— had zero turnovers coming into this game, but Tampa Bay forced two interceptions in the first half. The bad news with this play is that Edwards had come in for an injured Antoine Winfield Jr. Regardless, it was a huge play that came on the subsequent drive after the Dean interception.

Ronald Jones II bangs it in to give the Bucs the lead

Dean took it inside the Packers’ five-yard line and RoJo took it in for the touchdown on the first play to give the Bucs a 14-10 lead.

Tyler Johnson records his first career receiving touchdown

The rookie continues to impress after a solid showing in Chicago. Brady scrambles to his left and finds Johnson for the score to put the Bucs up 21-10 in the first half.

Brady finds Rob Gronkowski for their first touchdown connection as Buccaneers

It finally happened. Brady finds Gronk for a beautiful throw and catch to close out an incredibly well-played first half for the Bucs. Tampa Bay would go into halftime with a 28-10 lead.

RoJo does it again

Ryan Succop hit a 50-yard field goal on the first drive of the second half. Josh Jackson was hit for a DPI a couple of drives later that set up Jones’ second touchdown of the day. This time, it was from one yard out and put the Bucs up, 38-10.

Both teams would eventually pull their starters as the Bucs went on to win, 38-10.