Three games left to go. If the Green Bay Packers can win their final three games, they will enter the NFC playoffs no worse than the second seed and with a fourth straight NFC North title, and that three-week stretch begins this afternoon at Ralph Wilson Stadium against the Buffalo Bills.
Buffalo enters the game with a record of 7-6 and looking for some playoff magic of their own. The Bills currently sit in 11th place in the AFC, but are just one game behind the two teams in position for the Wild Card, Pittsburgh and San Diego, who are each 8-5.
The Packers' offensive line will get a stiff test today from a talented Bills pass rush that features such names as Mario Williams and Marcell Dareus. Furthermore, this will be the first time the Packers have played a road game in their opponents' permanent home stadium since the week 8 loss in New Orleans, as the only other game away from home in the past five weeks was against the Minnesota Vikings at TCF Bank Stadium.
Join the APC family as we discuss the events of today's first half.