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The Green Bay Packers and Baltimore Ravens will meet on Sunday in a match-up of two teams hoping to kick start their season. Green Bay improved to 2-2 with a win over Detroit last week while Baltimore upended Miami to move to 3-2. Coverage of the game between the Packers and Ravens will air on FOX beginning at 1:00 pm ET from M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore, MD. Packers vs. Ravens W-L 2-2 3-2 Avg Points 29.5 23.4 Avg Points Allowed 24.3 22.0 Home Record 2-0 2-0 Road Record 0-2 1-2 Division Record 1-0 1-0 Conference Record 2-1 3-2 // // The Odds: The Green Bay Packers are 3 point favorites against the Baltimore Ravens. The over/under for Sunday’s game is 48.5 total points. Will the Packers move above .500 or will the Ravens make it two in a row?

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James Jones goes down with a leg injury

Packers wide receiver James Jones exited Sunday’s win over the Ravens after injuring his leg. WR Jones has a leg injury for #Packers. His return is questionable. #GBvsBAL — Green Bay Packers (@packers) October 13, 2013 The Packers also lost Randall Cobb to a knee injury. He was spotted on crutches. Need NFL Tickets? Loading... ZergNet The post James Jones goes...

Jordy Nelson Bullies Ravens' Secondary

With Randall Cobb and James Jones sidelined for most of the game with injuries, Packers receiver Jordy Nelson had a field day Sunday against the Ravens.Fantasy Spin:Nelson didn't have many catches (just four) but he made each of them count. Nelson's 113-yard performance marked his highest yardage total since Week 1 against the Niners. He's off to an excellent start (484...

James Jones Diagnosed with Sprained PCL

Packers receiver James Jones has been diagnosed with a sprained PCL in his left knee. SOURCE: Adam Schefter, ESPNFantasy Spin:Jones, who left yesterday's win over Baltimore in the first half, should be considered questionable for Sunday's game against Cleveland. The 29-year-old is on pace for 1,117 receiving yards this season, which would be a new career-high.

5 things: Packers battle uphill in gritty win over Ravens

Five things we learned from the Green Bay Packers' 19-17 road win over the Baltimore Ravens in Week 6 of the 2013 regular season: 1. Winning with adversity Entering the game already without star outside linebacker Clay Matthews (thumb), the Packers also lost wide receivers James Jones (leg) and Randall Cobb (knee) before halftime. Add all of that to a road game against the...

Report: Packers WR James Jones Has A Sprained PCL

ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports that Packers WR James Jones suffered a sprained PCL during Sunday’s win over the Ravens. Schefter adds that the Packers intend to make a decision regarding his availability for Week 7 later this week. Following the game, reports indicated that Jones’ injury wasn’t that severe and the team was hoping that he could play against the Browns this...

Randall Cobb to Miss 2 Games

Yesterday the Green Bay Packers beat the Baltimore Ravens, but lost WRs Randall Cobb and James Jones.  Jones is expected to play in Week 7, but Cobb will miss at least the next two games.  Aaron Rodgers has had trouble being an elite fantasy QB since Week 2.  Look for the Packers to lean heavily on rookie Eddie Lacy who has had no trouble running in the NFL.  Jordy Nelson...

Green Bay Packers prove grit against Baltimore Ravens, 19-17

Five weeks into the 2013 NFL regular season, there is one thing we can say for sure: These aren’t your 2011 Green Bay Packers. Then again, they’re not your 2012 Packers, either. Despite not making any flashy moves in the offseason or significantly upgrading the roster in any way, this 2013 Green Bay team seems […]The post Green Bay Packers prove grit against Baltimore Ravens...

Packers Nick Perry happy to be on right side

Nick Perry a right defensive end for most of his three-year career at Southern California will return to his side of preference Sunday when the Green Bay Packers meet the Baltimore Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium. Perry said he will start at right outside linebacker in place of injured Clay Matthews. Mike Neal will start on the left outside. According to Perry he feels "just...

Packers edge Ravens for first road win

Aaron Rodgers threw a 64-yard touchdown pass to Jordy Nelson, Mason Crosby kicked four field goals and the Green Bay Packers held on to beat the Baltimore Ravens 19-17 on Sunday. Eddie Lacy rushed for 120 yards to fuel the Packers' first road win of the season. Green Bay (3-2) took a 16-3 lead into the fourth quarter and was up 19-10 with 4 minutes left, but the Ravens (3-3...

Elam hit stirs debate on 'dirty'

Ravens safety Matt Elam hit Packers WR Randall Cobb low on the knee, causing an injury. But if defenders aren't allowed to hit high, what else can they do?

Packers Hold Off Ravens; Win With Just Two Healthy Wide Receivers

With only two wide receivers for most of the game, the Green Bay Packers defeated the Baltimore Ravens in Baltimore 19-17 Sunday afternoon.James Jones was injured very early in the first quarter and Randall Cobb left with a knee injury at the end of the first half, leaving Green Bay with only Jordy Nelson and Jarrett Boykin, who hadn’t caught a pass all season, as the only two...

Baltimore Ravens photographer tears Achilles, refuses to be held down

Baltimore Ravens photographer Phil Hoffman suffered a torn Achilles tendon during the Green Bay Packers game on Sunday, but finished it out.

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