Green Bay narrowly escapes Baltimore with win after Tyler Huntley late rally – BoilingNews


The Green Bay Packers have moved up to 11-3 this season and have officially made it to the NFC North after narrowly beating the Ravens in Baltimore, 31-30. The game came to an end when quarterback Tyler Huntley — who replaced the injured Lamar Jackson — drove his team 49 yards in the fourth quarter and scored a touchdown with less than a minute left in the game.

That score put Baltimore within one point of tying the Packers. Rather than go for the extra points attempt and take their chances in overtime, John Harbaugh kept his attack on the field and decided to go for the win with a two-point conversion attempt. This was in the same vein as what the Ravens decided to do against the Pittsburgh Steelers in their game a few weeks ago. Unfortunately for Baltimore, they got a similar result when Huntley was unable to make contact with Andrews, confirming the win – and a divisional crown – for Green Bay.

Aaron Rodgers had another masterful performance down the middle, leveling Hall of Famer Brett Favre for the Packers all-time passing touchdown record. He finished with 268 yards passing and three touchdowns, completing 23 of his 31 passes. On the other hand, Huntley played well in this matchup and spent most of this match hanging with Rodgers. he finished with 215 yards through the air and two touchdowns, rushing for 73 yards and two more scores. Mark Andrew was his main target as he pulled in 10 passes for 136 yards and two touchdowns in the loss.

From here, Green Bay heads back to Lambeau Field and waits for the Cleveland Browns. As for the Ravens, they travel to Cincinnati to face the Bengals in what could be a match-up that determines the AFC North.