The Green Bay Packers fell flat on their faces on Sunday against the Baltimore Ravens, turning the football over five times — three on interceptions and two on fumbles — along with three turnovers on downs. The defense largely kept the Ravens’ offense in check, doing an excellent job against the run and keeping Joe Flacco and company under 200 total passing yards.
However, it was the mistakes that killed Green Bay on Sunday. The first drive of the game had Lambeau Field buzzing, as Hundley was slinging the ball around and the team reached the five-yard line in just five plays. However, his interception in the corner of the end zone set the tone for the entire game, as the next two series both also ended in turnovers and the offense could never sustain a drive again.

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