Green Bay Packers: 3 X-Factors Against Tampa Bay

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The Green Bay Packers face a tough test in Tampa Bay; here are 3 X-Factors that can play key roles in helping them come away with the win.

Coming off the bye week, the Green Bay Packers find themselves 4-0 led by Matt LaFleur, Aaron Rodgers, and what has been the league’s most productive offense through the first quarter of the season. However, this week they will be up against what is easily their toughest test up to this point in the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Although the Bucs sit at just 3-2, they have an offense with plenty of weapons and a defense that is excellent against the run, a pass rush unit that knows how to get after the quarterback and a young secondary that’ll force turnovers.

The Packers will certainly need to bring their “A” game if they hope to leave Tampa with a win, so that of course means that their star players, including Aaron Rodgers, David Bakhtiari, Davante Adams, Za’Darius Smith, Kenny Clark, and others need to perform.

But what other players will need to step up as well? You know, the non-stars on this team. Well, those players are my X-Factors and when it comes to this matchup with the Buccaneers, there are three in particular that need to have good games on Sunday afternoon.

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