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NFL Football Week 13, 2017
Buccaneers vS Packers Live
Date : Sunday, December 3, 2017
Vanu: Lambeau Field
Start Time: 1:00p ET FOX
No team is better on its home turf late in the season than the Green Bay Packers. Since the AFL-NFL merger in 1970, they have the league’s best home winning percentage in December. In fact, they haven’t lost a game at Lambeau Field in December since 2013. The Buccaneers have played three games there in December (1984, 1985 and 2000). They lost each one.
The temperature in those games never rose above 30 degrees, but when these teams kick off Sunday, it will be a balmy 48 degrees. That’s shorts weather in Wisconsin. Is that change in air? Can Tampa Bay pull off the upset? Here’s a cold blast of reality: Probably not. We’ll get into that and more in this week’s scouting report of the Packers. We begin by debunking a popular narrative.
Mid-November in the NFL means two things: the byes are coming to an end, and playoff implications are starting to ramp up. The day got off to a slow start, but things quickly picked up. The Saints were trailing by 15 points late in the fourth quarter against Washington. But they fought their way back to win it 34-31 in overtime.
The Bears were poised to take their game against the Lions to overtime. Mitchell Trubisky led the Bears on a touchdown drive to tie things up, and the Lions answered with a field goal. Trubisky got the Bears in field goal range, but Connor Barth’s kick went wide right, and the Bears lost 27-24.
The Ravens’ defense pulled off their second shutout of the season, handing the Packers a 23-0 loss in Lambeau Field. It happened exactly 11 years to the day after Green Bay’s last shutout loss at home.