By Nick Freimuth The Packers defense dominated the Buffalo Bills and their rookie quarterback Josh Allen at Lambeau Field Sunday. A 22-0 victory was the first time Green Bay held an opponent scoreless since a 2010 shutout of the New York Jets.
Green Bay’s defense forced three turnovers and tallied seven sacks against the Bills. Ha Ha Clinton-Dix and Jaire Alexander each had an interception in the game. Kenny Clark forced and recovered a fumble late in the fourth quarter to preserve the shutout. The Bills were held to just 145 yards of total offense.
Aaron Rodgers did not have a banner day as he was under constant pressure and took some big hits. Rodgers finished 22/40 passing for one touchdown and one interception. Green Bay tallied 141 rushing yards as a team.
The Packers travel to Detroit to take on the Lions at noon next Sunday from Ford Field.