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Lows Torpedo Packers' Offense

Rodgers goes down (Seve Nesius/AP)

The Packers did plenty of good things but they did a lot more bad things in managing only one score in the second half. Aaron Rodgers was sacked six times and threw two interceptions in the second half alone.

Last week, Green Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy said the difference between the best production and the worst production of his team was too great to overcome. That was evident on offense in Sunday's dumbfounding 38-28 loss at Tampa Bay. High: Facing the NFL's 28th-ranked run defense, Ryan Grant and Ahman Green spearheaded a rushing attack that churned out 170 yards and a superb 5.3 yards per... Recommended Stories

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