(Green Bay, WI) — Aaron Jones only carried the ball once in the Packers’ game Sunday, but his 20-yard touchdown gave Green Bay a 26-20 win. The overtime win got the Packers back to the .500 mark at 6-6 and leaves then two games behind Carolina in the Wild Card race with four games left in the season. Quarterback Brett Hundley was good for only 84 yards passing, but his team chewed up the Bucs on the ground. Jamaal Williams rushed for 113 yards on 21 carries and Hundley added another 66. Tampa Bay quarterback Jameis Winston connected on 21-of-32 passes for 270 yards. Winston’s 11-yard T-D pass to Cameron Brate gave his team a 20-17 lead with six minutes to go. Mason Crosby’s field goal at 2:01 sent the contest into overtime. Linebacker Clay Matthews, who was questionable for the game, had two-and-a-half sacks, while the Packers totaled seven as a team. Defensive lineman Dean Lowry picked up a Winston fumble and returned it 62 yards for Green Bay’s other touchdown. The Packers visit Cleveland next Sunday.