Rapid Reaction: Packers 27 – Ravens 14

Green Bay Packers' Clay Matthews reacts after sacking Baltimore Ravens' Joe Flacco during the first half

In the second half the Ravens were able to make this a close ballgame, but more penalties and two Joe Flacco interceptions really hurt this team tonight. Here is a quick recap:

Flacco led the ravens own the field, 11 plays and 71 yards to put them on the board and slice the lead to 17-7. On the ensuing kickoff, Baltimore forced and nearly recovered a E.Dietrich-Smith fumble after a short, high kick by Cundiff.

On the very next play, Rodgers’ pass was low and bounced off of Donald Driver’s leg. Jarrett Johnson snatched the ball out of the air to give the Ravens possession in Green Bay territory.

Ravens first play of the drive resulted in pass interference on Tremon Williams on Demetrius Williams in the endzone. Two plays later they capitalized with a Willis McGahee TD run to make the score 17-14.

Just like that the Baltimore offense had scored two touchdowns in a span of 30 seconds, and the deficit was 3. But that was as close to the ‘Pack’ as Baltimore would get.

After a Mason Crosby missed field goal and a stalled Baltimore drive, Green Bay extended their lead to 10 early in the fourth quarter when Rodgers hit Jermichael Finley for a 19 yard TD.

A 68 yard kickoff return by Lardarius Webb set up the Ravens with very good field position. Once again Tramon Williams was called for interfering with Demetrius Williams in the endzone. The Ravens got the ball on the one yard line. However, this drive ended with zero points as Flacco threw a costly interception to Williams.

Baltimore’s defense held their ground on Green Bay’s next possession, forcing a three and out. But on the first play of the Ravens’ next drive, Flacco threw his third interception of the game to A.J. Hawk.

Green Bay moved down the field and kicked a field goal at the two minute warning to cap the scoring on the night

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1 Response to “Rapid Reaction: Packers 27 – Ravens 14”


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