Where and When: Buccaneers @ Packers with an old fashioned noon start. Because the FOX slate is uglier than Tim Tebow throwing a deep cross Joe Buck and Troy Aikman will be on hand for the latest installment in the Bay of Pigs, uh, rivalry.

All-Time Series: Was a bit surprised to see the Packers only lead 30-21-1 including postseason since I remember the days when Tampa was a near guaranteed sweep, but I suppose back in the 70s and 80s when both were terrible their slap fights could go either way. Aaron Rodgers is still looking for his first win over Tampa after having two of his worst games as a starter down in Raymond James (the second of which came with added indignity of losing against the throwback uniforms). Yikes, the Packers haven’t beaten them since 2003, losing three in a row in the series. This shit’s gotta stop.

Coach: Raheem Morris. Meh.

2011 Version: The most fraudtastic team of 2010 looked for a while there like they were going to pull a repeat of their season of a year ago by pulling out late wins against rotten teams and being persona non grata against the meat of the league (remember how there were those out there who felt bad thinking they were more deserving of the final playoff spot instead of the Packers? The Eagles would have wrecked that ass). This year’s club ran out to a 4-2 record and even picked up a couple nice wins against the Falcons and Saints leaving them in first place. But since they went to London to get pantsed by the Bears (game wasn’t as close as the final score), saw New Orleans get their revenge and last week laid down like dogs against the Texans. Factor in also that they have a 48-3 loss to the 49ers mixed in to their season and it’s safe to say this team stinks, the betting line agrees as they’re about the same level of underdog that the Vikings were last Monday.

Prediction: Packers 35, Buccaneers 14. The Bucs are such a boring team I can’t even think of a photo to use along with a witty remark, if only the green screen behind Wayne and Garth had shown Raymond James Stadium instead of Delaware.