Packers hold off Ravens in Baltimore, 31-30
BALTIMORE (CBS 58) -- The Green Bay Packers earned a narrow victory over the Baltimore Ravens, 31-30, in Baltimore Sunday afternoon, Dec. 19.
Despite a strong comeback by the Ravens, the Packers stopped a 2-point conversion attempt by Baltimore in the final minute of the fourth quarter to give the Packers their 11th victory of the season.
Aaron Rodgers threw for three touchdowns in the victory, tying Packers legend Brett Favre for career passing touchdowns in Packers franchise history with 442.
The win also gives Green Bay at least a share of the NFC North Division title for the third-straight year.
The Packers return home to take on the Cleveland Browns on Christmas Day.