Mike Mayock and Solomon Wilcots, who do frequent film breakdowns for NFL Network's Playbook, very recently took a look at the Green Bay Packers' opening-day victory over the Philadelphia Eagles. Their research exposed two weaknesses that the Buffalo Bills will need to exploit if they have any hope of winning at Lambeau Field in Week 2.
The first weakness they point out is Green Bay's tackle play, as Wilcots shows both Chad Clifton and Mark Tauscher getting abused by the likes of Juqua Parker and Trent Cole. Buffalo does not have pass rushers of that caliber, but Clifton and Tauscher are liabilities, and the Bills could have opportunities to get licks in on Aaron Rodgers.
Mayock then takes the telestrator and breaks down Green Bay's blitz packages, showing how the team likes to delay its blitzers and stack coverages behind those pressures. Saying "pass protection starts with your quarterback," Mayock goes on to point out opportunities to make plays down the field that Eagles quarterbacks Kevin Kolb and Michael Vick were not able to capitalize on in the face of those blitzes. Chances are, the Bills will see similar opportunities, as Dom Capers will be dialing up the pressure to exploit Buffalo's developing offensive line.
With that said, you are now free to wholly ignore the application to Week 2 and instead spend your time in the comments section talking about the third paragraph in relation to Trent Edwards' career.