Aaron Rodgers’ entrance on live TV led to a closed-door meeting with the team that beat him over the weekend.
After beating the Buccaneers 14-12 on Sunday, Tampa Bay missed a two-point conversion in the closing seconds of the game, Rodgers told Fox’s Tom Rinaldi. Raymond James Stadium Jumbotron He showed something that “maybe shouldn’t”. When asked about his comment on Monday, Bucs head coach Todd Boles said, “He will be in touch this afternoon” to find out exactly what happened.
When pressed about what kind of information he might glean from the big screen, Bowles didn’t seem to have any answers.
“I don’t know. I have to see and talk to people first,” Bowles said.
Rodgers didn’t say exactly what he saw on the Jumbotron, which gave the Packers an advantage, but he was seen discussing something with Green Bay head coach Matt LaFleur about the Bucks’ two-point attempt. Tampa Bay ended the delay of game, and the Packers successfully defended their ensuing play call as Tom Brady’s pass fell harmlessly to Russell Gage.
The loss dropped the Bucks to 2-1 on the season, while the Packers’ win tied the same record.
As of Tuesday morning, it was unclear whether the Bucs had any findings to share during their meeting.