The Green Bay Packers could clinch their second Super Bowl berth in 11 years when they take the field against the Tampa Bay Buccanneers Sunday afternoon at Lambeau Field.
The Bucs took round one earlier this season when they scored 38 unanswered points after being down 10-0 early to beat the Packers. Aaron Rodgers called the game an anomaly, a comment backed up by a rare pick-six interception and some of the worst numbers he had all season long. Of the five interceptions he threw this season, two of them were in that game. The Packers had rare off days since, including last week's win over the Los Angeles Rams.
The Bucs clinched their spot in the NFC title game with consecutive road playoff wins over the Washington Football Team and the New Orleans Saints. Tom Brady is playing in his 14th title game with the previous 13 in the AFC as a member of the New England Patriots.
Kick-off is set for 2:40 p.m.