Buffalo Bills vs. Green Bay Packers Week 8: Date, Time, Injuries, More

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Buffalo Bills football is back after a week off and the Bills are set to take the field tonight at Highmark Stadium against the Green Bay Packers. The Bills will be looking to keep their momentum going as they have won five of their first six games of the 2022 season, including a road win over the Kansas City Chiefs before the bye.

However, the Packers seem to be heading in the other direction as they are 3-4 and have lost their last three games. This is not good for a franchise that is looking for its first-ever win in Buffalo.

Buffalo Bills vs. Green Bay Packers Week 8: Date, time, weather, and more

Date: October 30, 2022
Time: 8:15 PM EST
Where: Highmark Stadium
Weather: 62 degrees and sunny according to Accuweather
Television: NBC
Radio: WGR550 (550 AM)

Buffalo Bills Week 8 Injury Report

Out: Spencer Brown

Questionable: Taiwan Jones

The Buffalo Bills don’t have many injuries to worry about at this point as the only player currently ruled out is right tackle Spencer Brown. He should be replaced by David Quessenberry, who finished the game against the Kansas City Chiefs in Week 6 and had been playing with the starters during training camp.

Green Bay Packers Week 8 Injury Report

Out: Shemar Jean-Charles

Questionable: David Bakhtiari, Rashan Gary, Elgton Jenkins, Christian Watson

However, the Green Bay Packers are dealing with a number of injuries and could be without key players for this game. The most notable player is edge rusher Rashan Gary, who has six sacks already on the season. However, he is in the concussion protocol and was listed as questionable for this game.

David Bakhtiari is another important player to watch as he is responsible for protecting Aaron Rodgers blindside at left tackle. If he is not able to play, this could set up Von Miller or Greg Rousseau to have a big game.