Bills leads the Packers 13-0 at halftime
With the Bills keeping Allen and their starters on the field early in the second quarter, the Packers increased the pressure on the Buffalo quarterback.
Rookie linebacker Isaiah McDuffie pressured Allen to dodge a sack on the first and 10 at the Buffalo 35, which helped open the way for the defense by forcing a punt from the Bills.
Love and the Packers offense took over at Green Bay 25 and recovered their first down after a 9-yard pass to Begelton in the apartment.
An 11-yard run by Hill progressed through midfield, while Begelton’s third catch of the day went six yards from a pass below the Buffalo 44.
The Packers converted a fourth and a 1 with a deep play pass to tight end Dominique Dafney for 23 yards, but former Packers defenseman Micah Hyde then took out Love after second-year QB threw a ball. in the end zone.
The Packers had Buffalo in third and 8 and fourth and 2 situations, but Allen converted with a 10-yard pass to Cole Beasley and a 4-yard scrum, respectively.
The Bills would increase their lead to 13-0 after Allen threw a 3-yard touchdown at Zack Moss in third and base. A failed snap caused Buffalo to miss the point after one attempt.
Love was fortunate enough to perform a two-minute drill before half-time, although it came without their starting inside offensive line. He drew Buffalo offside and connected with Malik Taylor for a 27-yard tiptoe on the sidelines.
Taylor, Green Bay’s main preseason receiver, caught another pass for nine yards before Love rushed for 10 to the Buffalo 33s.
Love blew up the Bills again with 59 seconds left at halftime. A 10-yard screen pass to Hill scored the Bills 10’s first and goal. The Packers didn’t get any points in the series as Mason Crobsy missed a 28-yard field goal to finish the first half. .