Top takeaways from Packers' 14-12 win over Buccaneer

Matt LaFleur’s team beat the Buccaneers by a 14-12 final score in the first matchup

First matchup of the teams since the 2020 NFC title game.

Packers have rebounded from a disappointing Week 1 effort with a decisive home win.

Packers punter Pat O’Donnell placed five of his seven punts inside the 20-yard line, including one downed at the 2-yard line.

Sammy Watkins on injured reserve and Christian Watson out while nursing a hamstring injury, fourth-round pick Romeo Doubs finally got a chance to be a featured player.

He caught three passes on the opening drive, including a 21-yard strike from Aaron Rodgers.

In the second half, Doubs made an impressive all-hands catch for 15 yards.

Through three games, Doubs leads the team with 14 catches and is on pace to catch almost 80 passes.

Bucs started all 10 of their non-turnover drives at the 25-yard line or worse.