W2W4: Packers at Buccaneers

Five things to watch for in Sunday’s game between the Green Bay Packers and Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Aaron Rodgers: He might be the best quarterback in the league, but Green Bay’s Rodgers doesn’t have a great history when it comes to playing games in Tampa. He is 0-2 in two starts at Raymond James Stadium. Rodgers has thrown three interceptions in a game three times in his career. Two of those came in games in Tampa.

Green Bay’s road woes: The Packers are undefeated at home this season, but they haven’t been very good on the road. They are 3-4 away from Lambeau Field. Green Bay is averaging 21.1 points per road game and scoring 41.1 points per home game. The Packers have lost seven of their past eight games in Tampa. Their last road win against the Bucs came in 2003.

Tampa Bay’s home woes: The Bucs are 0-6 at home this season. The only time the Bucs have gone winless at home over an entire season was in 1976, the franchise’s first year.

Mike Evans: After a stellar start, the rookie wide receiver has cooled off recently. In his past four games, Evans has just 154 receiving yards.

Demar Dotson vs. the Green Bay pass rush: Dotson will make his second straight start at left tackle after spending his career on the right side. The Bucs have given up on Anthony Collins, who didn’t play well after he was signed as a high-priced free agent. The team wants to see if Dotson can be the long-term answer at left tackle.