Green Bay Packers‘ rookie wide receiver Romeo Doubs took an acrobatic two-handed turnaround catch for a touchdown from his quarterback Aaron Rodgers against the Buffalo Bills on Sunday, October 30. The game was being played at the Bills Stadium in Buffalo, New York.


Rodgers was present at the 48-yard Green Bay line when he decided to throw a deep 19-yard pass which Doubs caught despite being challenged by cornerback Taron Johnson.

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The Bills took an early lead in the game as they secured a 7-0 lead at the end of the first quarter following a short pass from QB Josh Allen to tight end Dawson Knox.

The score read 24-7 at the end of the first half. The Bills have outpassed and outrushed the Packers in a very dominating fashion, with 127 passing yards to 49 and carrying the ball for a total of 107 yards as compared to 83 yards of their opponents.

The Bills have been the best offensive and the best defensive side in the NFL so far this season. They have the best per-game passing yards while also registering the least number of yards allowed per game.

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The team’s QB Allen is currently second behind Kansas City Chiefs’ Patrick Mahomes in most TD passes thrown for the season.

Aaron Rodgers has not been able to secure a winning record for his team after seven games played. His team had a 13-3 record in the past two seasons but has almost lost more games than the two seasons combined. The 2021 NFL MVP Has a 66.9% completion rate which is ranked 11th in the league. His team has been in the NFC North’s second position since the opening week loss against divisional rivals Minnesota Vikings.

The team is currently on a two-game losing streak and will be looking to secure their fourth win of the season.