Packers vs Buccaneers: Packers win in OT at Lambeau

GREEN BAY, Wis. (WBAY) -- The Green Bay Packers are taking on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Sunday at Lambeau Field.

The temperature at kickoff was 42 degrees, the 9th December game at Lambeau Field in the 40s.

Clay Matthews is active today after not playing last weeks game in Pittsburgh. Aaron Jones and Kenny Clark are also active.

Aaron Rodgers still can't play for another two weeks, but he did practice with the team over the weekend.

Cameron Brate makes a one handed grab behind Jermaine Whitehead for a 28-yard TD, the first of the game for the Buccaneers.

Geronimo Allison was wide open in the end zone on the third down, but Brett Hundley overthrows so the Packers have to settle for a 37-yard field goal.

Later Dean Lowery takes it in for a 61 yard touchdown on a fumble forced by Kenny Clark. Packers are now ahead 17-7 as half time approaches.

Lowery celebrates with an impressive Lambeau Leap.

Buccaneers Patrick Murray gets 3 on a 36-yard field goal with 13 seconds left in the game bringing the score 17-10 Packers.

There's some injuries in the second half. Demarious Randall was examined for a concussion, but was back in the game by the fourth quarter.

Jake Ryan also headed into the locker room with a neck injury.

The Packers are facing the league's worst defense statistically. They've gotten a defensive TD, a special teams play and the Buccaneers red zone follies and trail 20-17.

Mason Crosby comes in and makes the field goal tying the game 20-20 with about two minutes left in the game.

Neither team could get any points so the game heads into overtime.

It's Tampa Bay's first time in OT for the season.

In overtime, Aaron Jones' only carry is a 20 yard game win.

Final score is 26-20 Packers.