The Green Bay Packers and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are locked in a tough defensive battle as former Rutgers star and Buccaneers safety Logan Ryan is having a solid game. In the middle of the third quarter, Ryan intercepted Green Bay quarterback Aaron Rodgers for his second turnover of the game.

Ryan has been responsible for all two turnovers for the Buccaneers’ defense. The first turnover was from a forced fumble from linebacker Lavonte David on running back Aaron Jones shortly after catching a pass from Rodgers.

Ryan recovered the fumble in the end zone to keep Green Bay from scoring and extending their its lead 21-3 with 2:05 left in the second quarter. He had a forced fumble in the 20-10 road win over New Orleans in Week 2.