Packers lose to Bills 27-17, fall to 3-5

BUFFALO, NY (CBS 58) -- The Packers fall to 3-5 after losing 27-17 to the Bills.

First Quarter:

The Bills started out with the ball and went three-and-out. Once the Packers took over, they were moving slowly but surely. However, the Bills took over after making a big stop on fourth down.

Once they took over, it was the run game that gained momentum first. Devin Singleterry had a 32-yard first-down run that was his biggest run of the season.

The Packers entered this game ranked first in the league in pass defense but 27th against the run.

Shortly after, Josh Allen then had a big 20-yard run that put the Bills at the goal line. The Bills then scored after a pass to tight end Dawson Knox. After the PAT, it was 7-0 Bills.

After a struggling Packers offensive drive, the Bills took over and the success of the run game continued.

After the first quarter, it was 7-0 Bills over the Packers.

Second Quarter:

After a play that was just four plays for 51 yards, Allen threw a touchdown pass to Stefon Diggs. After the PAT, it was 14-0 Bills.

The Packers' struggles continued for much of this quarter. However, with just over six minutes left of the first half, Aaron Rodgers threw a touchdown pass to Romeo Doubs for a highlight reel catch. After the PAT, it was 14-7 Bills.

On the Bills' next offensive drive, Quay Walker was called for an unsportsmanlike conduct and was ejected from the game.

On that same drive, the Bills scored on an Isaiah McKenzie touchdown run. After the PAT, it was 21-7 Bills over the Packers.

On their next offensive drive, Allen threw a deep pass to Diggs for a first down shortly before halftime.

The Bills kicked a field goal to give them a 24-7 lead over the Packers at halftime.

Third Quarter:

The Packers started out with the ball in the second half and there wasn't much momentum. Instead, they kicked a field goal to make it a 24-10 game.

Much of the third quarter was quiet for scoring from both teams. But the Bills kept on making stops to boost their momentum.

The Bills kicked a field goal to make it a 27-10 game.

Much of the Packers' offensive drives were from the run game. The passing game struggled for much of this game.

After the third quarter, the Bills had a 27-10 lead over the Packers.

Fourth Quarter:

Allen threw a pick, but it didn't take long until the Bills took over after linebacker Matt Milano's second interception of the night.

Once they took over, it didn't take long for the Bills to march down the field. Once they were at the goal line, Allen threw his second pick of the night. Packers took over.

The Packers scored on a Rodgers pass to Samori Toure for his first career touchdown reception. After the PAT, it was 27-17 Bills.

The Packers head to Detroit next week to take on the Lions.

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