Packers record first shutout since 2010

Packers-Bills postgame notes

  • The Packers improved to 2-1-1 on the season with a 22-0 win over the Buffalo Bills on Sunday afternoon at Lambeau Field.
  • It marked Green Bay's first shutout since Oct. 31, 2010, at the N.Y. Jets (9-0) and was the first shutout posted by the Packers at Lambeau Field since a 26-0 victory over Detroit on Oct. 18, 2009.
  • The Packers allowed just 145 yards of total offense, the fewest given up by Green Bay since Dec. 21, 2014 (109 yards at Tampa Bay).
  • Green Bay registered a season-high seven sacks, the most by the Packers since recording seven vs. Tampa Bay on Dec. 3, 2017.
  • Green Bay now has a 12-0-1 in its last 13 games at Lambeau Field in the month of September.
  • The Packers converted 11 of 19 third downs (57.9 pct.), with the 11 conversions the most by Green Bay since Oct. 27, 2013 (13 at Minnesota).
  • Green Bay posted a season-high 141 rushing yards on 32 carries (4.4 avg.).
  • The temperature at kickoff was 49 degrees, the second-coldest September game at Lambeau Field (since 1959) behind only the contest between the Packers and Washington Redskins on Sept. 24, 2001 (46 degrees).
  • The Packers will go on the road to take on the Detroit Lions next Sunday at 12 p.m. (CDT), the third NFC North contest for Green Bay in the first five weeks of the season.


  • Today's paid attendance was 78,312, the 337th consecutive regular-season sellout at Lambeau Field.
  • QB Aaron Rodgers threw his first interception of the season, snapping his streak of consecutive attempts without an INT at 150.
  • TE Jimmy Graham's 3-yard TD catch in the first quarter was his first TD in a Green Bay uniform and the 70th TD reception of his career.
  • RB Aaron Jones' 30-yard run in the first quarter was the second-longest carry of his career behind only his 46-yard TD run vs. New Orleans on Oct. 22, 2017. He finished with a team-high 65 yards and a TD on 11 carries (5.9 avg.).
  • RB Ty Montgomery's 43-yard reception in the first quarter was the longest catch of his career, surpassing his previous long of 31 yards vs. St. Louis on Oct. 11, 2015.
  • LB Kyler Fackrell registered a career-high three sacks, the most by a Packer since LB Nick Perry recorded three at Chicago on Nov. 12, 2017.
  • S Ha Ha Clinton-Dix registered an interception in the third quarter, his third straight game with an INT, further extending his career-long streak.
  • CB Jaire Alexander posted the first interception of his career when he picked off QB Josh Allen late in the first half.
  • S Jermaine Whitehead registered his first career sack when he brought Allen down for a 16-yard loss in the third quarter.
  • K Mason Crosby connected on a 52-yard FG as time expired in the first half, his 30th career FG of 50-plus yards.

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