Week 4 2018: Packers vs. Bills
Green Bay’s backup edge rushers were two of a handful of instrumental parts in helping the Packers pitch a shutout of the Bills.
A rookie got a big boost in playing time while filling in for a veteran, and the Packers seem to have found their new jack-of-all-trades defensive back.
Green Bay has elements of an elite offense, but there still structural problems worth changing to get this team rolling.
After a disappointing game in Washington, the Packers bounce back with a dominating defensive performance against the Bills.
In a shutout of the Bills, there was no shortage of fantasy heroes on Sunday for the Packers. If you’re looking for consistent fantasy scoring, look no further than the Packers roster.
Some expected and unexpected names led the way for the Packers on Sunday at Lambeau Field.
Aaron Rodgers wasn’t razor sharp, but the defense forced TK turnovers in an impressive performance.
The third-year receiver headed to the locker room for a concussion evaluation.
After recording an early interception, the rookie was injured in the second half.
Green Bay leads 16-0 at the half after a good first half all around.
The Packers’ third running back option showed why he is the most explosvie of the three on a touchdown drive.
Green Bay has an early lead against the Bills.
Buffalo had no business blowing out Minnesota, and they remain one of the worst teams in football.
The Packers should only need one new starter on the offensive line, a good sign for Sunday.
Jones adds an explosive edge to the Packers’ ground game that will help relieve some of the pressure on Rodgers against Buffalo
It’s the quarterback’s first non-Saturday practice since Week 1 when he hurt his knee against the Bears.
It seems like most people are treating last week’s results as a fluke when picking Packers-Bills.
Here’s how to tune in for Sunday’s game at Lambeau.
Corey Giacovelli of SB Nation’s Buffalo Bills blog Buffalo Rumblings answers our questions about Josh Allen’s development, Buffalo’s surprise Week 2 win over the Vikings, and what he expects from Bills vs. Packers.
Zach and Tex sit down to discuss the week’s big roster moves and take questions about future free agents and scotch.
Both the Packers and Bills have long lists of walking wounded to start this week.
Facing eerily similar circumstances after three games, can Green Bay immediately right the ship like it did in 2014?