Packers: Aaron Rodgers doesn’t have great record vs. Bucs

Green Bay Packers, Aaron Rodgers (Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images)
Green Bay Packers, Aaron Rodgers (Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images) /

As the Green Bay Packers‘ starting quarterback, Aaron Rodgers has dominated just about every team in the NFL. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers aren’t one of those teams.

In six career games against the Buccaneers (playoffs included), the Packers have gone a disappointing 2-4.

And Rodgers’ individual stats aren’t particularly great, either.

In those six games, Rodgers has thrown for a combined 1,554 yards, 11 touchdowns, and 10 interceptions.

That works out at an average of 259 yards, 1.83 touchdowns, and 1.67 interceptions per game.

He has thrown at least one interception in five of his six games against the Buccaneers. Three times, Rodgers has thrown at least two picks against the Bucs, and he has thrown three interceptions in two games.

By Rodgers’ Hall-of-Fame standards, they are underwhelming numbers.

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With Rodgers starting at quarterback, the Packers’ only two victories over the Buccaneers came in the 2011 and 2014 seasons.

In 2011, Green Bay won 35-26 at Lambeau Field. Three years later, they won 20-3 on the road.

Perhaps Rodgers is due a huge game against the Buccaneers. Week 3 would be a good time for it to arrive. The Bucs’ defense is one of the best in the NFL and will provide a tough matchup for the Packers’ inconsistent offense.

The Packers have lost their previous two games against the Buccaneers, both since Tom Brady became Tampa Bay’s starting quarterback.

Both losses came in the 2020 season, a 38-10 defeat in Week 6, then a 31-26 loss at Lambeau Field in the NFC Championship Game.

It’s about time we saw Green Bay get the better of Tampa Bay.

The undefeated Buccaneers will be tough to beat, but it would be a statement win for the Packers, especially after their disappointing performance in the season opener against the Minnesota Vikings.

It’s surprising to see Rodgers’ career numbers against Tampa Bay. It’s about time Rodgers picked up another win over the Bucs.