The Green Bay Packers moved into the season 11-3, with Baltimore officially beating NFC North 31-1, beating the Ravens. Tyler Huntley in the fourth quarter – filling in for injured Lamar Jackson – drove his team 49 yards in the fourth quarter and hit the touchdown with less than a minute to play, and the game came up on the wire. Competition.
That score brought the Baltimore Packers under control. Instead of choosing an extra point attempt and taking advantage of their chances in overtime, John Harbaugh retained his offense on the field and decided to go for the win with a two-point conversion attempt. It was in the same vein as what the Ravens decided to do against the Pittsburgh Steelers a few weeks ago. Unfortunately for Baltimore, Huntley was unable to match Andrews, and they suffered a similar fate, which ensured a win for the Green Pack – and a division crown.
Aaron Rodgers had another masterpiece under centerpiece and joined the Hall of Famer Brett Favor for the Packers’ all-time passing touchdown record. He completed 23 of his 31 passes, passing 268 yards and completing three touchdowns. Huntley, on the other hand, played well in this match and hung out with Rodgers for most of the game. He finished with 215 yards and two touchdowns through the air, while rushing for 73 yards and two more. Mark Andrew was his main target as he pulled 10 passes for 136 yards and threw two touchdowns in defeat.
From here, Green Bay will return to Lombay Field and wait for the Cleveland Browns. According to the Ravens, they will go to Cincinnati and face the Bengals, which could be the deciding match for the AFC North.
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