Following their bye week, the Buffalo Bills easily defeated the Green Bay Packers to inflict the cheeseheads their fourth straight defeat.

The Bills won 27-17 at Orchard Park thanks to Jose Allen's two first-half touchdown passes.

Trust Bills out of Bye With the way the Green Bay offence has been playing, you'll have to forgive Aaron Rodgers if Sunday Night's game didn't seem like as much of a must see spectacle.

The Bills, on the other hand, have been the season's unbeatable club

consistently outperforming their opponents on offence while shutting them down defensively.

On Sunday evening in Orchard Park, the Bills experienced more of the same. Taking side with Sean McDermott

The Bills may have needed one series to get rolling, but after they scored, they kept the scoreboard operator busy for the whole of the first half.

Buffalo's opening possession ended in a forced punt, but the team scored on each of the following five drives.

A Josh Allen run on third and 15 inside the red zone

which advanced the ball and allowed Allen to find Dawson Knox for a one-yard touchdown pass, was the highlight of the opening scoring drive.