The Green Bay Packers will be aiming to get their first-ever road win over the Buffalo Bills this week.
Playing in different conferences, we don’t often see the Green Bay Packers take on the Buffalo Bills.
The two teams only meet once every four years.
Green Bay hasn’t played on the road against Buffalo in eight years. The Packers have also never won a road game against the Bills in six attempts. They will hope to change that on Sunday.
Let’s look at the history of this matchup.
It’s hard to really dive into a “recent” record against the Bills as they only play every four years. Their previous five meetings date all the way back to 2002.
Green Bay’s last road matchup at Buffalo quickly became a disaster.
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Despite entering the game on the back of five consecutive victories, the Packers couldn’t get anything going against the Bills.
Aaron Rodgers threw for 185 yards with no touchdowns and two interceptions. It’s a game best remembered for frustrating drops, including one from Jordy Nelson that may have resulted in a huge touchdown. The Packers also had a field goal blocked. Sound familiar?
The most recent meeting between the two teams, at Lambeau Field in 2018, went a bit better for Green Bay.
The Packers shut out the Bills, intercepting Josh Allen twice, to win 22-0.
Somehow, it’s hard to imagine Green Bay shutting out Allen and Buffalo’s offense again on Sunday Night Football.
The Packers will aim to get their first road win over the Bills on Sunday, but it will be an incredibly difficult matchup.