Former Georgia Bulldog Bacarri Rambo Comes Up Big in Upset of Packers


Bacarri Rambo, one of the many Bulldogs now playing in the NFL, had a huge game in the Buffalo Bills upset of the Green Bay Packers on Sunday.

Rambo, who was picked in the sixth round of the 2013 NFL Draft by the Washington Redskins, picked off two Aaron Rodgers passes on route to a 21-13 upset of the Packers at Ralph Wilson Stadium in Buffalo, N.Y.

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The Bills signed Rambo last month, and now he’s making sure they get their money’s worth.

With 3:40 left in the 3rd quarter, and the Bills leading 16-10, Rambo intercepted Rodgers on the Green Bay 45-yard line and returned it 16 yards to help preserve the lead.

Then in near the start of the 4th quarter the Packers had driven in the Bills territory, but Rambo again picked off Rodgers at the Bills’ 20-yard line, this time returning it 28 yards to the Buffalo 48.

Both were key interceptions keeping Green Bay from going ahead of the Bills, and preserving a much-needed win for Buffalo.

Bills coach Doug Marrone enjoyed seeing Rambo’s work today apparently.

And Marrone wasn’t the only one impressed with Rambo’s big day on the field.

Buffalo is now 8-6, one game behind the Wild Card leaders in the AFC, still with a slim chance of making the playoffs this year.