Everything seemingly went right for the Buffalo Bills last Sunday in Minneapolis.

One week later, everything seemingly went wrong in a 22-0 loss at Lambeau Field.

In a season that already saw the Bills produce only three points in one game, the offense found a new low by failing to score a single point for the first time since a Week 17 loss to the Patriots in 2008.

The Packers sacked Josh Allen seven times for a total of 64 yards. Allen also threw two interceptions and lost a fumble. The rookie quarterback finished the afternoon 16-of-33 passing for 151 yards, with 64 yards passing in the fourth quarter.

LeSean McCoy was active after missing the Bills win in Minnesota, but the star running back carried the ball only five times for 24 yards in Green Bay. McCoy also caught three passes for a total of 13 yards, bringing his total offense for the season to 126 yards over three games.

Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers was hardly at his best, but still managed to finish the afternoon 22-of-40 passing for 298 yards, one touchdown, one interception, and one fumble lost.

After the Bills went 3-and-out on their opening two drives of the game, Green Bay marched down the field in six plays to take a 6-0 lead on a Rodgers touchdown pass to tight end Jimmy Graham.

The next Bills drive progressed into Green Bay territory, but head Sean McDermott and offensive coordinator Brian Daboll elected to punt on 4th down from the Green Bay 47.

The first Bills possession to reach the Packers red zone happened in the final three minutes of the first half with Green Bay leading 13-0. On a play from the Green Bay 20-yard-line, Allen chose to throw across his body rather than throw the football away and was intercepted by Jaire Alexander. Rodgers then led the Packers down the field for a Mason Crosby field goal as time expired to make it 16-0 at halftime.

With the loss, the Bills drop to 1-3 this season. They return to New Era Field next Sunday to host the Tennessee Titans.