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When: Sunday, 3:05 p.m. ET
Where: Lambeau Field, Green Bay
TV: Fox
Referee: Clete Blakeman
Line: Green Bay -3.5
Fans in attendance: Approximately 6,500
Buccaneers injuries to watch: Wide receiver Antonio Brown (knee) has yet to practice this week. Meanwhile, receivers Mike Evans (knee) and Chris Godwin (quadricep), running back Ronald Jones II (quadricep, finger) and defensive backs Sean Murphy-Bunting (quadricep, ankle) and Jordan Whitehead (knee) have been limited, but there’s no concern about Evans and Godwin. Meanwhile, outstanding defensive tackle Vita Vea (leg) has come off injured reserve and has a chance of returning. 
Packers injuries to watch: Only tight end Marcedes Lewis (knee) has been out of practice. However, running back AJ Dillon (quadricep), receiver Allen Lazard (wrist, back), edge defender Za’Darius Smith (thumb), wideout Equanimeous St. Brown (knee, ankle), guard Rick Wagner (knee) and back Jamaal Williams (ankle) are all banged up. 
Key stat: The Bucs have won their last six games by an average margin of 15 points. The Packers have won their last seven games by an average margin of 15 points.
Key Buccaneers stat: According to Chris Curtis of WEEI, Tampa Bay quarterback Tom Brady has won eight consecutive games against Mike Pettine-coached defenses, with 15 touchdowns to three interceptions in those outings. 
Key Packers stat: Green Bay’s offense has committed one turnover in its last seven games (all wins).