Packers' Randall Cobb misses practice, likely game-time decision vs. Bills

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Ever since being listed as a limited participant on Thursday, the Packers have listed Cobb as a non-participant the last two days.

As play began on Sunday at Lambeau, the Green Bay Packers won the toss and deferred.

Rodgers finished the game completing 22 of 40 passes for 298 yards, one touchdown, one interception and one lost fumble. "And then, they dared to play one-high a few times... we have to find ways to get him involved, and Jimmy as well". The empty series included two turnovers and a turnover on downs.

The Bills had a much tougher time on the road in the NFC North, a week after a stunning win at heavily favored Minnesota. He was 16 of 33 for 151 yards.

Buffalo did manage to force Rodgers to throw his first interception of the year.

Later in the presser, though, he took a more vocal stand, saying that Green Bay's defense had put up a postseason caliber performance, while the offense was far below that.

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LeSean McCoy will suit up Sunday.

A physical defence for Green Bay held the Bills to eight punts and three turnovers on their first 11 drives.

Things went so well for the D that linebacker Clay Matthews was credited for a half-sack after drawing roughing-the-passer penalties in each of the first three weeks.

His replacement? Likely one of the Packers' young rookie receivers - the only other receivers other than Davante Adams and Geronimo Allison - on their roster.

The veteran receiver has been battling a hamstring injury all week and, according to NFL.com's Ian Rapoport, missed Saturday's practice. Running back Ty Montgomery had a 43-yard completion on a wheel route that set up Graham's 3-yard touchdown catch with 5:15 left to open the scoring. Signed in the off-season as a free agent, the athletic tight end made his first official Lambeau Leap after a touchdown earlier this season was wiped out by a flag.

Graham had three catches for 21 yards. Benjamin absorbed a hard hit from Clinton-Dix on a play that also led the safety's interception. Hyde left the Packers as a free agent after the 2016 season.

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