The Ravens started slow, lacking the run game the entire day and never capitalized on the mistakes made by the Green Bay Packers, who played sub par the entire first half. The biggest struggle came when the Ravens offense went three-and-out or turned the ball over on nine of their first possessions.
The Ravens defense kept the score close as long as they can until they gave up a play action pass from Arron Rodgers, leading to a touchdown.
The offense eventually came back with a pair of fourth-quarter touchdowns, but it was too little, too late. The comeback attempt failed when rookie safety Matt Elam failed to pull down Green Bay Packers tight end Jamichael Finley on the third down late in the fourth quarter.
The Ravens(3-3) fell into second place in the AFC North with a flat and predictable,frustrating and even confusing offensive play. They failed to score points despite running three plays inside the Packers' three-yard line.
The Ravens lose their third game of the year, playing .500 football at the moment with the route of the issues being pointed to the running game. The Ravens only had 47 yards rushing, averaging a mediocre 2.1 yards per carry. ESPN reported that this is the ninth straight time the Ravens have lost when rushing for fewer than 60 yards.
The Baltimore Ravens will travel to Pittsburgh next Sunday to regain some ground in the AFC North.