Green Bay Packers defeat Baltimore Ravens, 27-14
Green Bay — Dinner should be free all week for Green Bay Packers tight end Jermichael Finley.
The way he bailed out the rest of the receivers on what was one of the worst performances by the team's esteemed group in recent history, he shouldn't have to pick up a check anywhere in town.
Finley, who exited the game in the third quarter after injuring the same knee that caused him to miss three games at midseason, came through with the biggest catch of the night, a 19-y...
Green Bay — Referees prefer to be out of sight and out of mind.
Unfortunately, they were front and center in the Green Bay Packers' 27-14 victory over the Baltimore Ravens on Monday night.
Referee Walt Anderson's crew called 23 penalties for 310 combined yards.
The 310 yards are tied for second all-time in a National Football League game with a 1976 game between the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Seattle Seahawks. Both were expansion teams.
The record is 374 yard...
The "Monday Night Football" game analysts Ron Jaworski and Jon Gruden this season have been accused of focusing too much on what players are doing right in games and avoiding saying much about what they are doing wrong.
The game between the Packers and the Baltimore Ravens on Monday night, as seen through the eyes of Jaworski and Gruden, contained its share of effusive praise.
At least three Packers - quarterback Aaron Rodgers, rookie linebacker Clay Matthews and cor...
GREEN BAY: Mason Crosby, 28-yard field goal, 8:39 left.
How they scored: Jordy Nelson returned the opening kickoff 38 yards. On third and 3, Aaron Rodgers broke containment and hit Brandon Jackson a step ahead of LB Ray Lewis for 10. On third and 11, Rodgers found James Jones for 15 on a shallow crossing route against LB Jarret Johnson. From the 14, Ryan Grant gained 2, Jermichael Finley caught a 5-yard sideline pass against CB Lardarius Webb and Lewis batted a pass t...