Packers vs. Bills: View from the other side

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Packers Defense

Lombardi Ave: Green Bay’s defense is coming off of a game that saw them all but clear the runway for Julio Jones. Jones had 11 receptions for 259 yards and 1 touchdown before exiting the game with an injury. Although rookie Sammy Watkins has had some great games already, is this the game Bills fans are expecting a breakout game?

Oct 26, 2014; East Rutherford, NJ, USA; Buffalo Bills wide receiver Sammy Watkins (14) attempts to catch the ball as New York Jets cornerback Darrin Walls (30) defends at MetLife Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Robert Deutsch-USA TODAY Sports

Dennis: I think Buffalo has a chance to get Watkins this breakout game that he and we have been looking for. 

He has been decent for a rookie receiver but has had his ups and downs. 

I think it will start of the Bills offensive line and if they can give Kyle Orton time to get Watkins the ball and not be Captain Check-down then there is a shot for that breakout game. 

The Bills offensive line has to be able to contain, the Packers front, which will not be an easy task either.

Cameron: I’d argue that his breakout game was against Miami when he went for over 100 and a touchdown, but some Bills fans are waiting for that big game.

I could see it coming this week, but with the balance that the Bills have displayed in the wide receiving core it’s tough for me to see one receiver going off.

Robert Woods has played excellent, Chris Hogan has played well and Scott Chandler has played decent up to this point. Orton has found a way to distribute the ball very nicely to this talented receiving core when the offensive line has given him the time to.

That being said, I do think Sammy has a very good game, duplicating that Week 2 performance against the Dolphins, going for over 100 and a TD.

Who will win the battle in the trenches?