Bills vs. Packers: Game Recap, Stat and Essential Data

A home victory over the Green Bay Packers by a score of 27-17 on Halloween night was another gift for Buffalo Bills supporters.

The Bills took the lead early on thanks to three first-half touchdowns (2 passing, 1 rushing) from quarterback Josh Allen and wide receiver Isaiah McKenzie and their defense held firm in the second half.

With their latest victory, Buffalo Bills improved to 6-1 on the season have won 4 in a row and are off to their finest start since 1993.

Allen threw a 1-yard touchdown throw to TE Dawson Knox in the first quarter, giving the Bills an early lead. On the play before the touchdown, Allen ran for 20 yards and juked out a Green Bay defender to get to the 1-yard line, where he then found Knox for a touchdown pass.

On the next possession, Diggs showed up and made an acrobatic catch in the end zone for a 26-yard touchdown to put the Vikings up 14-0. The Packers responded with a touchdown when Aaron Rodgers found wide receiver Romeo Doubs.

With a minute left in the first half, the Bills scored a touchdown on an end-around rush by McKenzie for 7 yards and added a field goal by Tyler Bass to increase their lead to 24-7. Buffalo had a 234-132 advantage in total offensive yardage over Green Bay through the first half of the game.

As the Bills struggled to score in the second half and Allen threw two interceptions the Packers stayed close. With repeated stops of the Packers’ offense and an interception by LB Matt Milano Buffalo iced the game late.

Statistics and Essential Data

Bills vs. Packers Stat and Essential Data
Bills vs. Packers Stat and Essential Data

The Bills now have a perfect record of 7-0 against the Packers at their home stadium. During a four-game stretch, Josh Allen is the first quarterback since Troy Aikman to lead his club to three triumphs against former MVP QBs (1996). So far this season, Allen and the Bills have triumphed over the Ravens (and Lamar Jackson), the Chiefs (and Patrick Mahomes) and the Packers (and Aaron Rodgers).

In the first half, RB Devin Singletary had his longest rush of the season, a gain of 30 yards.
With his fifth sack of the year, DE Greg Rousseau established a new personal best.
On the ground, wide receiver Isaiah McKenzie scored a touchdown for the first time this season in the first half.

Stefon Diggs a wide receiver with the Vikings, has scored a touchdown pass eight straight times in games played against the Green Bay Packers. That gives him the all-time record for most straight games with a receiving TD against the Packers surpassing Randy Moss’s previous record of seven.

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