Sunday, December 10, 2017

Buccaneers at Packers — Part II


We’re back with the second gallery from last Sunday’s Packers vs. Buccaneers game at Lambeau Field. Above we see QB Jameis Winston throwing to an open receiver near midfield.


Coming towards the north end zone, QB Brett Hundley (#7) barks out the signals at the line of scrimmage.


QB Brett Hundley (#7) scrambles again for some yards inside the Tampa Bay 30-yard line.


RB Jamaal Williams gets the ball on this play — one of his 21 carries for the game. A nice hole is about to be closed by S Chris Conte (#23).


QB Brett Hundley (#7), approaching the end zone right in front of us, surveys the Tampa Bay defense from the shotgun position.


Recovering QB Aaron Rodgers (second from left in the front row, in sweats), stands with (left to right) Special Teams Coach Ron Zook, Quarterbacks Coach Alex Van Pelt, WR Jordy Nelson (#87, partially hidden), WR Randall Cobb #18, and Head Coach Mike McCarthy, with play chart.


RB Jamaal Williams (#30) scores on a run into the north end zone.


RB Jamaal Williams (#30) heads to the stands for his post-touchdown “Lambeau Leap.”


QB Jameis Winston (#3) looks to throw, while DT Mike Daniels (#76) and DT Kenny Clark (#97) try to get off their blocks and get to the QB.


This is the beginning of the famous “Dean Lowry Play,” where DT Kenny Clark (#97) wraps up QB Jameis Winston, who will cough the ball up to DE Dean Lowry (#94) at right.


DE Dean Lowry (#94) has the ball here and is off on his 62-yard scamper to the north end zone for his first NFL touchdown!


Above and below, DE Dean Lowry (#94) celebrates with his defensive teammates in the end zone after returning from the stands and his first “Lambeau Leap.”




DE Dean Lowry’s (#94) TD run replay is shown on the south end zone video board.


DE Dean Lowry (#94) almost gets his hand on the ball again, leaping here on a QB Jameis Winston throw.


Buccaneers’ CB Robert McClain seems to be doing a dance here on a time out, but DT Sealver Siliga and the rest of his defensive crew seem to be wondering what the heck he’s doing.


Offensive huddle close-up.


Spotlight on WR Jordy Nelson (#87).


It was simply a beautiful December Sunday at Lambeau Field. For this time of year, it couldn’t have been a more pleasant day.








CB Damarious Randall (#23) is injured on this play. 


Spotlight on DT Mike Daniels (#76).


The Packers’ defense is in the position to try and hold off the Buccaneers near the goal line.


LB Jake Ryan (#47), DT Quinton Dial (#91), LB Blake Martinez (#50), and DT Mike Daniels (#76) try to stop the Tampa Bay offense.


DT Mike Daniels (#76) rests on the sideline, watching a replay of the offense’s efforts on the video board.


LB Clay Matthews (#52) and LB Blake Martinez (#50) await the snap of the ball.


LB Nick Perry (#53) attracts a lot of attention from the Tampa Bay offensive line players. Perhaps that’s why we didn’t hear his name a lot on Sunday.


Packers’ President and CEO Mark Murphy and GM Ted Thompson watch as their team heads to overtime in a game where they were dominated statistically but not on the scoreboard.


RB Jamaal Williams (#30) shoots for the hole that has been opened by the offensive line.


RB Aaron Jones (#33), on his only carry of the day, scored on a 20-yard run to win the game in overtime.


RB Aaron Jones (#33) gets a congratulatory hug from QB Aaron Rodgers in the north end zone.


RB Aaron Jones (#33) was mobbed by his teammates after winning the game. He had been out for several games with an MCL tear in his knee.


Players, coaches, team personnel, and media mingle on the field after the game ends.


A replay of RB Aaron Jones (#33) leaping into the north end zone to win the game in overtime.


The final score.


Your Packerville, U.S.A. editor and his wife are greatly pleased with the way the game ended.


It’s so good to see this message on the scoreboard as you head out of the stadium.

We hope you have enjoyed these photos. Weather permitting, we hope to bring you another gallery from the December 23rd game against the Minnesota Vikings.

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