By BOB McGINN
Two losing teams and old NFC Central Division foes now seeking respectability played Sunday at Lambeau Field in one of those easy to forget games on every team’s schedule.
This installment of “The Bay of Pigs” went to the Green Bay Packers, 26-20, in overtime even though the Tampa Bay Buccaneers maintained almost an 11-minute advantage in time of possession despite not touching the ball in the extra session.
As the second half droned on, an increasing number of fans in the crowd of 77,684 began to boo the offensive ineptitude of the Packers. The discontent reached a crescendo ...
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