Quick Take: Packers' defense stuffs Bills

What we learned ...

The Packers' defense is adjusting well: New defensive coordinator Dom Capers' 3-4 scheme worked for Green Bay, which dominated the line of scrimmage, forced five turnovers in the game and held Buffalo to just 18 yards of total offense in the first half.

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Aaron Rodgers is efficient: The Packers' quarterback took advantage of great field position provided by the defense, leading the team on three touchdown drives in less than two quarters of work. Rodgers finished 8-of-9 passing for 98 yards.

The Bills have an opportunistic backup: TE Jonathan Stupar was a bright spot in a Buffalo offense that struggled for most of the night. The first-year pro made the most of his playing time, scoring the Bills' first touchdown in the third quarter on a 9-yard pass from backup QB Ryan Fitzpatrick. Stupar finished as the team's leading receiver with five catches for 63 yards.

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