Buffalo Bills Won’t Face Packers’ Top Playmaker Tonight
It is official, the Green Bay Packers will head into tonight's Sunday Night Football game without one of their top playmakers.
The Packers are coming into the game against the Buffalo Bills on a three-game losing streak and now their Hall of Fame quarterback Aaron Rodgers will be without his top target.
The Green Bay Packers have ruled out wide receiver Allen Lazard for tonight's game against the Bills. Lazard has been the Packer's leading receiver this season with 26 catches for 340 yards and four touchdowns.
The Packers' wide receiving core is now made up of former Buffalo Bills Sammy Watkins, Christian Watson, who is questionable for the game, Romeo Doubs, Samori Toure, and Amari Rodgers.
This is good news since the Bills are still without their star defensive back Tre White. White has been practicing with the team since coming back from a torn ACL but he is inactive for the game tonight.
The Bills head into the Sunday night matchup on a three-game winning streak. They won over Baltimore, Kansas City, and Pittsburg before heading into the bye week last weekend.
Currently, the Bills are leading in the AFC and are in the top spot of the AFC East as well.
Tonight's game will be aired on NBC as part of their Sunday Night Football package. Kick-off is set for 8:20 pm and the weather looks like it will be perfect for football.
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