The Buffalo Bills move into week 15 and get ready to take on the Green Bay Packers. I personally think that this will be the toughest game out of the last four that the Buffalo Bills had. The Packers come into Buffalo with never winning at The Ralph, this does bode well for the Bills. The 12th man will have to be out and leading the charge to help the defense out in this game.
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OddsShark.com has the Bills losing to the Packers 39.5 to 28.1. The over/under for the game is 50.5. I think that this might be an under type of week. Good defense on the Bills part, the defense is not as strong as the Broncos D that the Bills just faced. They could put up 28 points.
Since the 1997 season the Bills and Packers have faced off against each other 5 times. The Packers have won three of them and the Bills 2. The home team has been the winner in each of the games. Another check mark in the Bills column for a possible advantage.
In their 5 meetings together the Packers have the advantage in every stat category. This year however, the Bills have the advantage in all of the defense categories and the Packers have the advantage in the offensive categories.
"The game also pits Buffalo’s No. 20-ranked offense, averaging 21.62 PPG, against a Packers defense that ranks No. 18 this week at 23.38 PPG. The Bills aerial game is averaging 230.92 yards per game, less than the Packers secondary allows through the air, 245.23 YPG per game.Defensively, the Green Bay Packers feature the league’s No. 32-rated road run defense, allowing 162.33 yards per game. The Buffalo Bills, meanwhile, ranks No. 20 in rushing offense at home.– OddsShark.com"
This, as I mentioned above, I think will be the toughest game for the Bills in this stretch of games. The Bills have to come out strong to put pressure on Aaron Rodgers. They were unable to get to Peyton last week and I think that cost them, that plus the lack of offensive conversion. The Bills need to be on point on offense and convert on every possession. They can’t have wasted possession from turnovers where they go three and out, those are basically free points and huge point swings in the game. If the Bills can match on offense and contain on defense, they might have a shot at this game, which they need to maintain their playoff hunt. If this happens, Bills win 31-28.