Green Bay Packers vs. Prediction, Preview and Odds Buffalo Bills – 10-30-2022

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The road for the disappointing Green Bay Packers will not be easier on Sunday when they travel to Buffalo to take on the up-and-coming Buffalo Bills. The Packers are 3-4 on the season and have lost 3 in a row while the Bills are 5-1 and have won 3 in a row. These two teams haven’t played since 2018 when the Packers blanked the Bills 22-0 in Green Bay as 8.5-point favorites. But for this nationally televised Sunday Night Football tilt, the Bills are 11-point favorites.

Packers Suffer Bad Losses

Has there been a bigger disappointment this season than the Green Bay Packers? The Tampa Bay Buccaneers might give them a run for their money, but overall, they haven’t been good. They now face one of the best teams in the NFL in one of the toughest places to play, so a win here this week would really be a surprise. The Packers come into this game having lost three straight to fall to 3-4. And it was a bad loss, as they fell to the Commanders 23-21, playing with their backup quarterback. The Packers had been favored by 4 points.

The Packers were completely dominated in time of possession, as Washington controlled the ball for 37 minutes to Green Bay’s 23 minutes. And running is supposed to be one of Green Bay’s strengths. They were also outscored 364 to 232 and had 6 fewer first downs. Aaron Rodgers was decent with 23 of 35 passes for 194 yards and 2 touchdowns with no interceptions, but the running game was non-existent. Aaron Jones had 23 yards on 8 carries while AJ Dillon had 15 yards on 4 carries. However, Jones caught 9 passes for 53 yards and 2 touchdowns. Allen Lazard added 6 receptions for 55 yards. The Packers rank 23rd in points scored and 14th in points allowed. They are No. 1 against the pass, but 27th against the run.

Green Bay has a long list of injuries, the biggest being Rodgers, who is questionable with a thumb injury. Lazard is also out with a shoulder injury.

Bills off to a great start

The Buffalo Bills had a bye week last week, and it was well deserved as the Bills went 5-1 through the first six games. They are currently on a three-game winning streak, which includes wins over the Ravens and Chiefs. The only blemish on the season is a 21-19 loss at Miami in week three. When they last played two weeks ago, they scored a big 24-20 victory over the Chiefs in Kansas City. Josh Allen was 27 of 40 for 329 yards and 3 touchdowns, while Stefan Diggs caught 10 passes for 148 yards and a touchdown.

Devin Singletary added 85 rushing yards, along with 4 receptions for 22 yards. After the Chiefs win, the Bills are considered by many to be one of the best, if not the best, team in the NFL. They are second in points per game, averaging 29.3, first in total yards and first in passing yards. They are 16th in passing yards. They are also first in defense on the team, allowing only 13.5 points per game. They are first in yards against, first in rushing yards against and 11th in passing yards against. They’re pretty healthy, but they do have some injured players in the secondary, including Xavier Rhodes, who is questionable.

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The Bills have all the advantages here, one of which is that they’re coming off a bye week, so they had a week to rest and didn’t have to travel. They also have the advantage of being a much better team. I have no faith in the Packers’ ability to move the ball against a Bills defense that is No. 1 overall and No. 1 against the run. They’ll make Rodgers throw the ball, and in years past that was always something teams wanted to avoid, but Rodgers isn’t the same Aaron Rodgers, and he won’t be able to do it successfully. But the Packers’ defense will keep this close enough to cover. Take the Packers here getting the points.

Prediction: Green Bay +11

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As I mentioned, I have no faith in the Packers’ ability to score against this excellent Bills defense. The Packers won’t be able to run the ball and Rodgers will try to force it, throw interceptions, probably blame someone else and get frustrated. Meanwhile, the Bills’ offense will put enough points on the board to win, but fall short of its season average against the No. 1 passing defense in the NFL. I see this game ending something like 27-17, with Green Bay putting up some garbage points late. But it still won’t be enough to push this past the total. The under is 4-1 in the last 5 Packers games against a team with a winning record. Take the below here.

Prediction: less than 47.5

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