Lang, Lacy among Packers affected by Tampa heat
Though it wasn't a brutally hot day, the 75-degree temperature in Tampa on Sunday was a challenge for at least some and perhaps many Packers players who have been playing in cool to cold weather for two months now.
Running back Eddie Lacy suffered from calf cramps in the second half, and more than 10 minutes after the game guard T.J. Lang still sat exhausted at his locker with his uniform pants on.
"It definitely affected us early in the game, felt kind of sluggish," Lang said. "I can't speak for anybody else, the heat just felt like it was draining your energy a little bit. Just had to suck it up and fight through. It's not easy going from 20 degrees to whatever today was."