Lambeau Field stands as one of the most iconic stadiums in sports history, witnessing a multitude of legendary moments since 1957.

However, former Oklahoma Sooner Baker Mayfield achieved a feat that eluded NFL quarterback greats like Peyton Manning, Tom Brady, and Joe Montana. No visiting quarterback had ever achieved a flawless 158.3 passer rating at Lambeau Field.

The only other instance of a perfect passer rating in Green Bay was by former Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers. On this occasion, Mayfield displayed an exceptional performance, going 22 of 28 for 381 yards and securing four touchdowns.

In a 34-20 victory over the Green Bay Packers, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers maintained their position atop the NFC South, retaining control of their playoff destiny. With three games remaining in the season, they hold a tie with the New Orleans Saints for first place, currently possessing the tiebreaker advantage. A crucial showdown between the two teams looms in two weeks, likely determining the division leader.

Mayfield has delivered a strong season, instilling confidence in the Buccaneers about his potential as their long-term quarterback. He boasts a 63.5% completion rate, tallying 3,315 yards, 24 touchdowns, and just eight interceptions. On track to set personal bests in both touchdown passes and yardage, he has guided a team that was initially predicted to contend for the first pick in the draft to the verge of playoff contention.

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