With a rookie quarterback you’re going to get some good days like against the Minnesota Vikings and some very bad ones like the Buffalo Bills 22-nothing loss against the Green Bay Packers.  Josh Allen at times looked terrified as the Packers brought heavy pressure all day, sacking him seven times and forcing him into numerous bad throws. 

Allen completed only 16 of 33 passes for 151 yards.  He was intercepted twice and also gave the ball away on a fumble.  He had plenty of off target throws and on some of the passes he delivered well, his receivers couldn’t catch them – and that’s been a familiar theme with this team over the first month of the season.

LeSean McCoy did play after sitting out last week with the sore ribs but didn’t make much of an impact.  He ran the ball 5 times for 24 yards and caught 3 passes.

As for the defense, when you hold Aaron Rodgers to just one passing touchdown you can be proud, but they gave up way too many yards on the ground especially on first down giving Rodgers a big advantage on 2nd and 3rd and short.

The defense did pick off a Rodgers' pass breaking his streak of 150 straight passes without an interception and recovered a fumble, but the offense couldn't cash in either time.

The Bills are back home next Sunday against the Tennessee Titans.