After both defenses dominated for much of the game at M&T Bank Stadium, it was the stellar late-game performance of the Packers’ offense that secured a 19-17 victory over the defending Super Bowl champion Ravens.
Make no mistake, the defense put the Packers in position to win with a strong showing during the first three quarters.
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But it was the offense that finished the job with a pair of fourth-quarter drives that should provide textbook material on how to squeeze the life out of an opponent.
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