How did the Packers fare against the Buccaneers and Saints in 2020?

There will be a rematch in the NFC championship. We don't know who the Green Bay Packers will face on January 24th. However, in the regular season they played against both the New Orleans Saints and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
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The Packers, who beat the Los Angeles Rams 32:18 in a division round game on Saturday, opened the regular season with four straight wins.
The third one in this stretch came against the Saints.
Aaron Rodgers passed for 283 yards and three touchdowns, and the Packers scored 10 points in the last nine minutes to take a 37-30 win in New Orleans on September 27th.
The decisive ride began when Rodgers close end Jace Sternberger made a gain of 23 yards and later drew a pass interference call in the end zone in a third down game, which set up the Robert Tonyan TD two minutes from time.
Davante Adams stopped playing because of a hamstring injury and Rodgers still had a field day.
Two weeks later, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers gave the Packers their first loss of the season ... emphatically.
Rodgers had one of the worst games of his career at 38:10 drubbing on October 18th. Green Bay actually led 10-0 before allowing 38 direct points.
Rodgers completed 16 of 35 passes for 160 yards with no touchdowns and two interceptions - one returned by Jamel Dean for a pick-6 touchdown for the Bucs' first points - to finish with a pass rating of 35.4.
"You never want to lose like that," Rodgers said after the loss. “I felt like we needed a little wake-up call sometime this season because things were so good and there was so much talk - maybe (even more) outside the building - about the ease with which we move the ball in the Offensive and scored. "
Rodgers had been sacked three times in the first four games. The Bucs got him four times.
Tom Brady was 17 of 27 for 166 yards and two non-stop TDs. Rob Gronkowski led the Bucs with five receptions for 78 yards.

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