LACY GETS ROLLING

Late in the first quarter, with the Packers trailing 7-3, RB Eddie Lacy started finding huge holes to run through. He ripped off runs of 15, 17 and 22 yards on the first three plays of an 80-yard drive that he eventually finished with a one-yard TD run on the second snap of the second quarter.

WILLIAMS INTERCEPTS ORTON

When Bills QB Kyle Orton tried to go deep down the right sideline for rookie WR Sammy Watkins, Packers CB Tramon Williams was in perfect position, leaping to make the interception with just over two minutes left in the second quarter. It was Williams’ third interception on the season, tying him for the team lead.

MATTHEWS GETS FIRST OF TWO SACKS

Trailing 16-10, the Packers were in danger of falling behind by more after the Bills got an interception and began a drive at the Green Bay 29-yard line. But after a holding penalty made it third-and-long on the fringe of scoring range, Packers LB Clay Matthews sacked Orton for an 8-yard loss, the first of two sacks by Matthews in the game, knocking the Bills out of field-goal position and forcing them to punt.