It was another tough Sunday for Buffalo Bills fans as Josh Allen and company were shutout 22-0 at Lambeau Field by the Green Bay Packers.

Allen was held to 151-passing yard on 16-of-33 attempts. He was intercepted twice and lost a fumble. As a team, the Bills managed just 145 yards of offense, compared to the Pack's 423.

If you're looking for a silver lining, it's that the Bills' defense allowed just six second half points - a pair of Mason Crosby field goals - and got two Packer turnovers. However, with Buffalo never really mounting much of a offense in the game, Green Bay's low output in the second half may be attributed to the fact that they never needed to put their foot on the pedal.

Aaron Rodger ended with 298 passing yards, a touchdown and an interception. Davante Adams reeled in eight catches for 81 yards to lead all receivers.

The Bills dropped to 1-3 and return home next Sunday to host the Tennessee Titans (3-1).