Packers-Bucs: By the Numbers

Green Bay has one take-away in three games this season

1 – Number of take-aways the Packers have through three games this season. Ahmad Carroll's interception of a pass thrown by Brian Griese in the fourth quarter snapped Green Bay's take-away drought.

4 – Consecutive losses at home for the Packers, including their playoff loss to Minnesota last January. Green Bay hasn't won at Lambeau Field since Dec. 12, 2004 when the Packers came from behind to beat the Detroit Lions, 16-13.

7 – Interceptions thrown by Brett Favre this season. He finished with 17 in 2004 and had two in his first three games last year.

9 - Turnovers the Packers have committed in their first three games of this season.

15 – Tackles made by middle linebacker Nick Barnett to lead the Packers against the Buccaneers.

30 - Number of points the Packers have allowed off turnovers in their first three games of this season, 10 points in each of their three games.

51 – Wide receiver Donald Driver has caught a pass in each of his last 51 games, surpassing the fourth-longest stretches in team history, 50 by Don Hutson (1941-45) and Paul Coffman (1979-82).

58 – Yards rushing for Ahman Green, which equaled his previous high this season against Detroit in Week 1.

157 – Kicker Ryan Longwell missed his first extra point conversion in 157 attempts after Green Bay scored its first touchdown of the game in the first quarter against the Bucs. The last time Longwell missed a PAT was on Dec. 23, 2001.

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