NFL: Tampa Bay 30, Green Bay 21

Sept. 28, 2008 at 6:16 PM

TAMPA, Fla., Sept. 28 (UPI) -- The Tampa Bay defense, led by Derrick Brooks and Jermaine Phillips, held Green Bay to 178 total yards Sunday in a 30-21 Buccaneers' win over the Packers.

Brooks intercepted a pass and forced a fumble and Phillips grabbed a fumble and ran 38 yards for a score in the Bucs' third victory in four games.

Tampa Bay's Earnest Graham ran for 111 yards and a touchdown and Brian Griese passed for 149 yards and a score, with three interceptions.

Matt Bryant kicked three field goals, including a 24-yarder that sent the Bucs ahead with under 3 minutes to play.

Greg Jennings caught two touchdown passes for Green Bay (2-2).

Packers' quarterback Aaron Rodgers passed for 165 yards and was picked off three times. Rodgers left the contest in the fourth quarter with a shoulder injury.

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