2022 Game Preview: Packers-Buccaneers, Week Three

injury report

DNP: Not involved in practice

LP: Limited participation in practice

FP: Full participation in practice

QB Tom Brady (right finger) – WEDS: NL; THURS: NL; FRI: FP. Game condition: Not included.

ILB Lavonte David (Comfort) – WEDS: NL; THURS: NL; FRI: DNP. Game condition: Not included.

CB Carlton Davis (Hip) – WEDS: LP; THURS: FP; FRI: FP. Game condition: Not included.

Leonard Fournette (hamstring) – WEDS: LP; THURS: L.P.; FRI: L.P.. Game status: Doubtful.

WR Russell Gage (hamstring) – WEDS: LP; THURS: L.P.; FRI: DNP. Game Status: Doubtful

WR Chris Godwin (hamstring) – WEDS: DNP; THURS: DNP; FRI: DNP. Game state: off.

C Robert Hainsey (knee) – WEDS: LP; THURS: FP; FRI: FP. Game condition: Not included.

DL Achim Hicks (ft) – WEDS: DNP; THURS: DNP; FRI: DNP. Game state: off.

· And the. Julio Jones (knee) – WEDS: DNP; THURS: DNP; FRI: L.P.. Game status: Doubtful.

CB Zyon McCollum (hamstring) – WEDS: FP; THURS: FP; FRI: FP. Game condition: Not included.

WR Scotty Miller (hurry) – WEDS: LP; THURS: FP; FRI: FP. Game condition: Not included.

TE Cade Otton (Personal) – WEDS: DNP; THURS: DNP; FRI: DNP. Game status: Doubtful.

WR Breshad Perriman (knee) – WEDS: LP; THURS: L.P.; FRI: L.P.. Game status: Doubtful.

T Donovan Smith (attached) – WEDS: DNP; THURS: L.P.; FRI: DNP. Game status: Doubtful.

T David Bakhtiari (knee) – WEDS: DNP; THURS: L.P.; FRI: L.P.. Game status: Doubtful.

• DL Kenny Clark (in the groin area) – WEDS: NL; THURS: L.P.; FRI: L.P.. Game condition: Not included.

WR Randall Cobb (disease) – WEDS: DNP; THURS: DNP; FRI: DNP. Game status: Doubtful.

K Mason Crosby (illness) – WEDS: NL; THURS: DNP; FRI: DNP. Game condition: Not included.

G/T Elgton Jenkins (knee) – WEDS: LP; THURS: L.P.; FRI: FP. Game condition: Not included.

WR Allen Lazard (Ankle) – WEDS: LP; THURS: DNP; FRI: L.P.. Game condition: Not included.

TE Marcedes Lewis (Thigh) – WEDS: LP; THURS: DNP; FRI: State of the game: Doubtful.

WR Sammy Watkins (hamstring) – WEDS: LP; THURS: DNP; FRI: DNP. Game state: off.

WR Christian Watson (hamstring) – WEDS: LP; THURS: DNP; FRI: DNP. Game status: Doubtful.

weather forecast

Cloudy in the afternoon, high 88, low 73, probability of rain 19%, humidity of 68%, winds from NE Europe at 8 mph.

The referee of the game

Main referee: Scott Novak (season 9, fourth as a referee)

betting line

Favorites: Pirates (-2.0)

Individual state leaders

Scored points: K Ryan Succop, 21

Landing: S Mike Edwards / WR Mike Evans / WR Prishad Berryman, 1

Passing Yards: QB Tom Brady, 402

Traffic Rating: QB Tom Brady 82.8

Rushing Yards: RB Leonard Fortnite, 192

Receptions: WR Mike Evans, 8

Receiving Yards: WR Mike Evans, 132

Objections: CB Jamal Deen, 2

Bags: ILB Devin White, 3.0

Interventions: LB Devine White, 19

Score: RB Aaron Jones, 12

Landing: RB Aaron Jones, 2

Crossing Yards: QB Aaron Rodgers, 429

Traffic Rating: QB Aaron Rodgers 94.5

Rushing Yards: RB Aaron Jones, 181

Receptions: RB AJ Dillon / WR Romeo Doubs / RB Aaron Jones / WR Sammy Watkins, 6

Receiving Yards: WR Sammy Watkins, 111

Objections: C.B. Jaire Alexander, 13

Bags: LB Preston Smith, 2.0

Interventions: LPD Founder Campbell, 15

Team Status Rankings

Scoring Attack: 18 (19.5 ppg)

Total fines: 24 (303.5 ypg)

Attack pass: 23 (191.5 ypg)

Burst attack: 13th (112.0 ypg)

First touchdown in the game: t-28 (15.5)

Third place – bottom percentage: 22 (32.3%)

Number of bags per pass attempt allowed: 12 (4.92%)

Red Zone TD PCt: 22nd (32.3%)

Scoring defense: 1st (6.5 ppg)

Total Defense: 5th (276.0 ypg)

Defense pass: 8th (189.5 ypg)

Rapid Defense: t-9th (86.5 ypg)

First allowed touchdown per game: t-2nd (15.0)

Third Down Pct. Allowed: t-2nd (25.0%)

Number of bags per attempt: 3rd (12.20%)

Red zone TD Pct. Allowed: t-11th (50.0%)

Turning margin: t-2nd (+4)

Scoring attack: 23 (17.0 ppg)

Total fines: 11 (376.0 ypg)

Attack pass: 20 (219.0 ypg)

Burst attack: VI (157.0 ypg)

First touchdown in the game: t-5th (23.5)

Third down Pct.: t-11th (44.4%)

Number of bags per attempt allowed: 28 (10.94%)

Red Zone TD Pct.: t-19th (50.0%)

Defense scoring: 7th (16.5 ppg)

Total Defense: 10th (311.5 ypg)

Defense Pass: 4th (158.5 ypg)

Quick Defense: 27th (153.0 ypg)

First allowed touchdown per game: t-2nd (15.0)

Third Down Pct. Allowed: t-2nd (25.0%)

Number of bags per attempt: Eighth (9.30%)

Red zone TD Pct. Allowed: t-7th (40.0%)

Rotation margin: t-22nd (-2)

What to watch

Tight End Cameron Pratt enters his ninth NFL season with 33 career touchdown points. The upcoming would tie him with Ring of Honor member Jimmie Giles for second place in franchise history in receiving TDs and fourth in overall touchdown.

Wide receiver Mike Evans already has a career touchdown mark in Tampa Bay and nearly every career takes the record, but now he’s approaching the lead in another category: melee yards. Former linebacker James Wilder held that record long ago with 9,449 but Evans now stands at 9,443. That means Evans needs just seven yards of scrimmage to take that record from Wilder.

Evans is also close to moving up another pirate chart of all time, this score chart. His touchdown in Dallas in the first week increased his career points total to 470, which means he only needs eight more points to pass kicker Conor Barth (477) to finish third on that list.

Wide receiver Chris Goodwin has 29 touchdowns on his resume. Two more would take him into a tie with Kevin House for fourth place in team history.

not quotes

Head coach Todd Bowles on preparing for Packers fullbacks Aaron Jones and AJ Dillon: “They both can do everything. Aaron is obviously faster – he plays wide, plays back, moves in, moves out, plays hole – does many things He’s very explosive when he catches the ball and when he runs the ball he can break it and he can turn a four yard gain into a 60 yard gain. AJ is tough He’s tough – not only is he tough, he’s got very good feet. He can catch up with football too. These two, combined with Aaron [Rodgers] And the rest of the players – it’s going to be a tough draw.”

Running back Leonard Fournette on how excited he was to come home at Raymond James Stadium: “I’m so excited. Our last game there against the Rams, we lost. So, it’s kind of – I feel like I want to get out and extract it from my memory, stuff like that. Just Coming home, you know, it’s going to be exciting.The fans are there, you know, [I] I can’t wait to see the crowd, stuff like that. “

Wide receiver Cole Beasley if Tom Brady recruits him to come to the pirates: “I’ll be honest, I’ve been hitting him a lot. I think a lot of guys got banged up here a little bit, so they gave me a chance to come in here and do some work. I don’t know what my turn is.” who it would be at this moment, but I am coming humbled and ready to be a part of it.”

Bulls on why Bucs passes work so well: “I think they sacrifice each other. Again, it’s more [about] Compression is more than bags – trying to get deficiency – bags are great but we try to get incompletes and stresses and transitions. transformations [are] The name of the game. I think they do a good job of helping each other and sacrificing for each other when someone has to play a game or run a game.”

Quarterback Tom Brady on Packers QB Aaron Rodgers: “Sure, he’s a great player, it’s been a while. I love watching him play, and he’s from California too, so I always feel like we have a little bit of a connection. He’s an older guy now. He’s been a player. Great in the same place for a long time. There are definitely some challenges with that but he took them well and did a great job, leading the team. They’ve won a lot of games since he’s been there. And I know Brett [Favre] In prime condition; With these two guys, they’ve been great quarterbacks for a long time in one place.”

Offensive coordinator Byron Leftwich on why the team struggled in the second week in the third and fourth short defeats: “Sure, he’s a great player, he’s been for a long time. I love watching him play, and he’s from California too, so I always feel like we have a little connection. An older man now. He’s been a great player in the same place for a long time. There are definitely some challenges with that, but he’s got through them really well and done a great job, leading the team. They’ve won a lot of games since he’s been there, and I know Brett [Favre] In prime condition; With these two guys, they’ve been great quarterbacks for a long time in one place.”

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