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It was over when ...

Packers TE Jermichael Finley had a career-high two touchdown catches.

(Jim Prisching / Associated Press)

Ravens QB Joe Flacco threw his third interception to Packers LB A.J. Hawk with 6:48 remaining in the game. Green Bay was up 24-14 and from there took the clock down to the 2-minute warning and added a field goal to extend its lead.

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Packers TE Jermichael Finley, who had just two career touchdowns entering the game, tied a career-high with seven catches for 79 yards and two scores, both of them coming inside the red zone. Finley's 19-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter gave Green Bay a 24-14 lead and kept the Ravens at bay.

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This game was full of mistakes, and none were more costly than those committed by Baltimore, which finished with four turnovers and 12 penalties for 135 yards. The two biggest blunders occurred in the red zone. On Baltimore's opening drive, RB Ray Rice lost a fumble at Green Bay's 17-yard line. And in the fourth quarter, with the Ravens down 24-14 and at the 4-yard line, Flacco rolled right and threw an interception across his body.


The Packers and Ravens combined for 310 penalty yards, tied for the second most in NFL history (Tampa Bay vs. Seattle on Oct. 17, 1976). ... The Packers committed 11 penalties for 175 yards. ... The Ravens are the first team to commit five pass-interference penalties in one game since the Giants did it in 2001. The Ravens lead the NFL in pass-interference penalties with 13. ... Baltimore's 14 points all came off Green Bay turnovers. ... Packers QB Aaron Rodgers threw his first interception in 133 pass attempts, which was the second-longest streak of his career.

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