Jones celebrated his touchdown by flipping the football to his mother, Emily London Jones, and aunt in the stands.
"That's my mom, she's famous for dancing and everything," Jones said. "My aunt has been through breast cancer, so that ball was really going to her."
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The Ravens wound up regaining possession when strong safety James Ihedigbo recovered the football off the hands of fullback John Kuhn.
"I've got to be more assignment-sound," Levine said. "That was on me. I didn't make the right call."
Dumervil tough to stop
Outside linebacker Elvis Dumervil sacked Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers, forcing a pair of fumbles.
He's up to 68.5 sacks for his career and five for the season.
"Give credit to the coverage," Dumervil said. "I was just pushing inside, and our guys were winning the one-on-ones. I was just happy to help our team make a play."
Suggs' streak ends
Rush linebacker Terrell Suggs' streak of five games in a row with at least one sack ended. He has seven sacks in six games.
Suggs did record 10 tackles with one for a loss to move into second place on the Ravens' all-time list behind middle linebacker Ray Lewis.
Run over by rookie
The Ravens were repeatedly gashed by Packers running back Eddie Lacy as the big rookie bulled forward for 120 rushing yards on 23 carries.
That included a 37-yard run on the second play of the game.
"It was a grind, both blocking and running the football," Lacy said. "We kept the same mindset, just kept pushing and pushing."
Lacy rushed for 65 yards on eight carries by halftime.
"He creased us a couple times," Dumervil said. "Our guys have to do our job and make a better play."
The Ravens also scratched nose tackle Terrence Cody (sprained left knee), offensive linemen Jah Reid, Ryan Jensen (foot surgery), wide receiver Brandon Stokley (hip, groin), rookie linebacker John Simon and defensive end Marcus Spears (knee). ... The Ravens reported no new injuries with nose tackle Haloti Ngata leaving the game briefly with a strained left elbow before returning. ... The Ravens dropped to 10-1 at home under coach John Harbaugh against NFC teams. Heading into Sunday, the Ravens had won 13 consecutive home games against NFC opponents. ... The Packers went 0 for 4 in the red zone.