On the road again: Packers, Bills face off in New York, see game only on FOX6!

NEW YORK (WITI) -- The 10-3 Green Bay Packers remain at the top of the NFC North standings as they head to New York Sunday, December 14th to take on the 7-6 Buffalo Bills.

Kickoff is set for noon at Ralph Wilson Stadium. You can watch the game only on FOX6!

The Packers are currently celebrating a five-game winning streak -- the last two wins coming at home vs. the Falcons this past Monday night (43-37) and the Patriots last Sunday (26-21).

The Packers play their first road game in the month of December this Sunday. This is the first time the Packers will face the Bills in December.

Green Bay previously played Buffalo on November 20th, 1994.

A Packers victory Sunday would mark the team's first win at Buffalo.

With their 10-3 record, the Packers are one of four teams in the NFL with 10 wins this season. Others are the Arizona Cardinals, the Denver Broncos and the New England Patriots.

The Buffalo Bills are currently ranked third in the AFC East with their 7-6 record. The Packers are 3-0 against AFC teams this season -- one of three teams in the NFL to be undefeated against AFC teams. Similarly, the Buffalo Bills are 3-0 against NFC teams -- one of three teams to be undefeated against NFC teams.

Dating back to the AFL-NFL merger in 1970, the Packers have only finished undefeated against AFC teams twice (1995 and 2007). The Packers have won eight of their last nine games against AFC opponents with QB Aaron Rodgers as the starter. Rodgers has zero interceptions in the last four matchups against AFC teams.

The Packers last faced the Bills at Lambeau Field on September 19th, 2010. The Packers won 34-7.

The teams have only met 11 times. They first met in 1974. The Bills won 27-7 at Lambeau Field.

Buffalo won five of the first six meetings, but the Packers have won three of the past five contests.

Each team has recorded one shutout in the series -- the Bills in 1988 at Buffalo (28-0) and the Packers at Lambeau in 2002 (10-0).

The Packers and Bills last met in New York at Ralph Wilson Stadium on November 5th, 2006. The Bills won 24-10.

The Packers outgained the Bills 427-184 and held the ball nine minutes longer, but four turnovers to Buffalo’s none decided the game. The Packers rallied from an early 10-0 deficit to tie the game in the fourth quarter. But trailing 17-10 at the Buffalo 1-yard line with five minutes left, QB Brett Favre was intercepted in the end zone when a pass to WR Donald Driver was deflected to S Ko Simpson, who returned it 76 yards to set up the game-clinching points.
Driver finished with nine receptions for 96 yards and a TD, while WR Greg Jennings added five receptions for 69 yards. WR Lee Evans had a 43-yard TD for Buffalo. The Packers recorded five sacks in the game, three by Corey Williams and one each by Aaron Kampman and Cullen Jenkins.

The stat of the week involves interceptions -- or lack thereof! The Packers have not turned the ball over since November 9th vs. Chicago -- the first time the Packers haven't had a giveaway in four consecutive games in a single regular season dating back to 1933!

QB Aaron Rodgers has led the charge of taking care of the football. He has two streaks of at least five games without an interception this season (Weeks 2-7 and Weeks 10-14). The last quarterback to record two streaks of five-plus games without an interception was New England QB Tom Brady (11-game streak in 2010). Rodgers has not thrown an interception at home since December 2nd, 2012, vs. Minnesota.

Something to look for this week: Green Bay head coach Mike McCarthy needs one win to pass Hall of Fame coach Vince Lombardi (98) for the second-most overall wins (regular and postseason) in franchise history. A win would make McCarthy 93-48-1 during the regular season as the Packers’ head coach.

Additionally -- QB Aaron Rodgers needs one more three-touchdown/zero-interception game to pass Patriots QB Tom Brady (eight in 2007) for the most in NFL history in a single season.

In Week 16, the Packers travel to Tampa Bay to take on the Buccaneers in their final road game of the regular season.

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