The Packers took a while to get rolling, but in the end, buried the undermanned Buffalo Bills 34-7 in a joyous home opener before 70,741 at Lambeau Field today. The defense, led by Clay Matthews, hounded the Bills into scoring but one touchdown, a pair of turnovers and a meager 186 total yards. Matthews had another monster game, three more sacks for 33 yards in losses, giving him 6 in the first two weeks of the season. He also was credited with 5 quarterback hurries and 4 tackles behind the line of scrimmage. Even Edwards admitted he saw # 52 all day as coordinator Dom Capers continues to move him around and create nearly impossible blocking matchups. The "Psycho" defense was deployed on only a handful of occassions but the 6 linebacker package resulted in a big play nearly every time. Brandon Chillar and rookie Morgan Burnett came up with second half interceptions that helped turn the game into a rout. The offense moved easily in the first quarter, putting up 13 points, but settling for a pair of field goals. In the second, Green Bay sputtered, leading to some harsh words from Mike McCarthy at intermission. In the second half, buoyed by good field position from the defense, Aaron Rodgers went to work, hitting Donald Driver and James Jones for touchdowns and running another in himself from 9 yards out. Rodgers finished 19 of 29 for 25 yards, without an interception this week and a passer rating of 116.3. The running game without Ryan Grant was a big question going into the week. The team gained 91 yards on the ground with two rushing touchdowns, Brandon Jackson going over from the 1 in the first quarter. John Kuhn was the leading rusher with 36 yards on 9 attempts and while the numbers don't look great, it helped set up effective play action passing. Jermichael Finley found man coverage and won 4 times for 103 yards, driver had 4 short catches, Jones and Greg Jennings each had three. The special teams produced another good kickoff return from Jordy Nelson and also limited the dangerous Bills return game until the issue was decided in the 4th quarter. Number one pick Brian Bulaga made his debut for Chad Clifton at left tackle, taking over in the second quarter after Clifton didn't practice much last week. No serious injuries were reported afterwards and the 2-0 Pack now gears up for a prime time showdown with the Bears next Monday night in Chicago. The Bears knocked off the Cowboys in Dallas and from the rest of the division, there's more despair in Detroit with another 0-2 start and it's downright panic in Minnesota where the Vikings fell at home to the Dolphins to stay winless. Here's what the guys had to say about the big win over the Bills afterwards..