The Packers offensive line did not perform to the usual standard Sunday afternoon against the Buccaneers.
The Green Bay Packers suffered their first loss of the season Sunday afternoon 38-10 at the hands of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and their top-ranked defense. While the majority of the criticism and scorn following the game has been directed towards Aaron Rodgers as well as the defense, a good chunk of it should be shared by the offensive line as well.

The Packers’ offensive line – anchored by left tackle David Bakhtiari and center Corey Linsley, who rank second and first at their position, respectively, according to Pro Football Focus – entered Sunday’s contest as one of the best in the NFL at both pass and run protection. But, apparently, someone forgot to inform the Buccaneers defense.

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