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In Week 8, prominent quarterbacks command the spotlight on Sunday night. On Sunday Night Football, the Buffalo Bills take on the Green Bay Packers; Buffalo is 5-1 going into the game, while Green Bay is 3-4. Josh Allen, the Bills’ MVP favourite, is the team’s quarterback. Aaron Rodgers, the Packers’ four-time MVP, is in charge. The game will be played at Orchard Park at Highmark Stadium in front of a boisterous crowd.

The game begins at 8:20 p.m. in Buffalo, ET. The Bills are given a 10.5-point home advantage by Caesars Sportsbook, and according to the most recent Bills vs Packers odds, 47 total points will be scored.

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The Packers’ ability to cover

Buffalo’s passing offence matches up nicely against Green Bay. With Allen, Stefon Diggs, and company, the Bills are incredibly productive, but the Packers are first in the NFL in passing defence, allowing 168.9 yards per game. In addition, opponents are only averaging 5.9 net yards per pass attempt against Green Bay, which ranks among the top five teams in the league with only six passing touchdowns allowed.

Green Bay ranks in the top six of the NFL in the percentage of third downs allowed (30%), pressure percentage (39%), red zone efficiency percentage (44.4%), and first downs allowed. The Packers’ strength against the pass helps them to a top-eight ranking in total defence, allowing only 308 yards per game.