The Packers lost 31-26 to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the NFC championship game, a gut-punch loss for a team and its 37-year-old quarterback who finally appeared poised to cross the invisible threshold.
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The game will be analyzed from every angle, as championship games are, but a defensive pass interference inside the two-minute warning will be scrutinized. On third down, Tom Brady targeted Mike Evans against Kevin King, and his pass sailed over Evans’ head. There was contact between King and Evans, but it appeared Evans might have flopped.