The Bills had trouble moving the ball without WR Terrell Owens, resulting in a first-half shutout.
The Bills also had trouble holding onto the ball, with three turnovers in the first 16 minutes and a total of five for the game.
Bills QB Trent Edwards said the offense didn’t work against a 3-4 scout team in practice, which left him surprised by some of the looks offered up by the Packers.
Bills coach Dick Jauron was upset that his team had 12 penalties for 123 yards on Saturday night.
A touchdown catch by Packers TE Jermichael Finley might have exposed the difficulty Bills S Bryan Scott will have covering athletic tight ends.
The Packers’ starting offense and defense combined to turn Saturday night’s game into a laugher from the first moments of the game.
Backup quarterback candidate Brian Brohm’s first five drives were unsuccessful, but he led a touchdown march after re-entering the game following a shoulder injury to Matt Flynn.
Packers S Nick Collins left the game to have X-rays on his ribs, which were negative.
Said Packers QB Aaron Rodgers following a 8-for-9, 98-yard performance, “I think the key starts up front. In two games, I haven’t gotten sacked,
really haven’t been touched. And that really gives you a lot of
confidence as a passer.”