Tampa Bay Buccaneers 13 Green Bay Packers 20 Sunday 16 November 2003 at Raymond James Stadium
SCORING GB 7:31-1Q Fisher 4 pass from Favre (Longwell kick) GB 13:04-2Q Longwell FG31 TB 10:36-2Q Gramatica FG24 GB 7:52-2Q Longwell FG33 TB 0:00-2Q Gramatica FG46 TB 12:29-3Q McCardell 3 pass from B.Johnson (Gramatica kick) GB 8:34-4Q Green 1 run (Longwell kick)
And then it was three losses in a row as the Bucs fell to 1-4 at home on the season in spite of holding Brett Favre to under 100 yards passing.  There were a ton of penalties and mistakes and then the defense allowing a 98-yard drive that was capped by Ahman Green’s one-yard run to put the Packers ahead to stay.
INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING BUCS: Jones 9-134, Pittman 8-18, B.Johnson 1-2. PACKERS: Green 21-109, Davenport 13-70, Fisher 4-11 PASSING BUCS: B.Johnson 28-17-149-2-1. PACKERS: Favre 28-13-92-1-1. RECEIVING BUCS: McCardell 5-55, Pittman 4-22, K.Johnson 3-34, Jones 2- 11, Dilger 1-18, Jurevicius 1-5, Cook 1-4. PACKERS: Ferguson 4-46, Green 3-15, Fisher 2-12, Driver 2-12, Walker 1-6, Davenport 1-1. INTERCEPTIONS BUCS: Robinson 1-6. PACKERS: Barnett 1-0, Sharper 1-0. KICK RETURNS BUCS: Barlow 5-110. PACKERS: Ferguson 2-37, Davenport 1-56. PUNT RETURNS BUCS: Barlow 1-0. PACKERS: Chatman 5-61. SACKS BUCS: none. PACKERS: Hunt 1-11, Smith 1-6, Gbaja-Biamila 1-1.
STARTERS OFFENSE DEFENSE LT 67 Walker DE 94 Spires LG 71 Jenkins DT 92 McFarland C 76 Wade DT 99 Sapp RG 60 Coleman DE 97 Rice RT 74 Green LLB 57 Rudd TE 85 Dilger MLB 53 Quarles WR 19 Johnson RLB 55 Brooks WR 87 McCardell LCB 20 Barber FB 43 Cook RCB 31 Wansley RB 32 Pittman SS 47 Lynch QB 14 Johnson FS 26 Smith PLAYED 7 Gramatica, 9 Tupa, 22 Jones, 27 Stecker, 28 Robinson, 30 Barnes, 34 Gibson, 35 Ivy, 44 Ciurciu, 52 Webster, 65 Whittle, 66 Benjamin, 72 Oben, 79 Mahan, 80 Yoder, 83 Jurevicius, 84 Barlow, 88 Dudley, 90 White, 91 Darby, 96 Wyms DID NOT PLAY 10 King, 59 Smith INACTIVES 2 Simms, 23 Phillips, 56 Nece, 62 King, 81 R Williams, 82 Lee, 86 K Williams, 89 Heller
COMMENTARY CREW Joe Buck, Troy Aikman and Cris Collinsworth