Bills fall to 1-3 at Green Bay on Sunday (full coverage)

The Buffalo Bills’ defense stepped up in the second half of the team’s Week 4 matchup with the Green Bay Packers, allowing just six points in the third and fourth quarters. Buffalo’s offense, however, failed to score any points throughout the game. The Bills lost by a score of 22-0.

The Bills’ offense couldn’t get anything going on Sunday. Josh Allen was sacked seven times. He finished the game with a quarterback rating of 36.3, completing 16 passes for 151 yards. Buffalo finished the game with 145 net yards and nine first downs.

The Bills’ young defenders played well on Sunday, with Tremaine Edmunds, Taron Johnson, and Ryan Lewis making impact plays throughout the game. Unfortunately, Green Bay’s early lead proved to be insurmountable.

With the loss, Buffalo fell to 1-3 on the season. Read More at BuffaloBills.com



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The Bills have made their presence known against the NFC North through the years, totaling five straight wins over the division. This week, the Bills are eager to leap out of Lambeau with their second consecutive victory of the young season. With a win, Buffalo will also improve their series record against the Packers to 9-4 all-time.

Kick-off is shortly after 1:00 pm and the game will be televised on CBS. Read More

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