Buffalo Bills vs. Green Bay Packers: Live Blog, Stats, and Analysis
Good afternoon everyone! Robert Quinn here, Buffalo Bills and NFL Featured Columnist here at BleacherReport. Today, the Buffalo Bills travel to the historical Lambeau Field to take on Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers.
The Packers are without starting running back Ryan Grant, leaving Brandon Jackson the feature tailback in the Green Bay backfield.
Follow this live blog for my analysis of the Buffalo Bills offense and defense, and please feel free to join in the discussion!
Touchdown Bills! Great drive, moving the ball well. Marshawn Lynch at eight carries for just over 40 yards, Fred Jackson with the score thanks to a great block by FB Corey McIntyre.
Bills 7- Packers 13
Marshawn Lynch is pounding the rock this drive. Looks like he wants to be with his buddy Aaron Rodgers next week!
Marshawn Lynch getting the carries, makes a 14 yard run. Maybe the Bills really are considering a trade, but the Packers are moving the ball just fine with Jackson.
Postscript: Please find a replacement for Chris Kelsay. He has no business dropping back into coverage
Bills allow touchdown for Brandon Jackson, who is making his first start in three years. Ugh. Bills 0- Packers 13
Bills offensive line getting blown away. Clay Matthews and Cullen Jenkins sack Trent Edwards, and force the Bills go to three and out. This is going to be a loooong game for Buffalo. Expect more plays out of the shotgun for the next series.
After a 34 yard pass to Jermichael Finley, Bills showed strong red zone defense, and held Packers to another field goal. Bills 0- Packers 6
Three and out...Edwards took a huge sack. Marshawn Lynch starting. Bills trying to let Packers get a first hand view for a possible trade?
Bills hold Packers to a field goal. Bills 0- Packers 3
Packers marching up the field. Bills inside linebacker Paul Posluszny is out with an injury, and his replacement Keith Ellison looks completely out of sync and undersized.
Bills kickoff and the special teams woes continue. Jordy Nelson gets to about the 30 yard line. Lets see how this defense looks!
Kickoff is in 20 minutes! Getting my homemade Buffalo wings and Labatt Blue ready for what should be an exciting game.
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