Defense keys Packers win despite injuries
BALTIMORE - The Packers defense held the Ravens to 47 yards rushing, and Aaron Rodgers threw a second-half touchdown to Jordy Nelson to key a 19-17 win over the defending Super Bowl champions.
The Packers set the tone in the first half with a goal-line stand, including stops on third and fourth down with the ball inside the two yard line. Mason Crosby kicked four field goals, giving him nine over the last two weeks.
James Jones and Randall Cobb left Sunday's game with what appeared at the time to be potentially serious injuries. Reports late Sunday speculated that neither injury would be season-ending.