Packers 13, Bills 7

Posted by Mike Spofford on September 19, 2010 – 12:59 pm

After two three-and-outs, the Bills got their first first down, first pass completion, and first score all on the same drive.

They went 80 yards in 8 plays, mostly on the ground. RB Marshawn Lynch carried five times for 36 yards, and RB Fred Jackson took it the final 13 yards on two carries, with the TD run from 3 yards out. It didn’t seem to matter whether the Packers were in their base defense or their nickel, the Bills were able to chew up yards on the ground.

There also was a 24-yard pass interference penalty on CB Charles Woodson when he dragged WR Lee Evans down on a deep pass.

10:49 left in the second quarter.

Injury update: Bills LG Andy Levitre has left the game with a stinger, and his return is questionable.

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