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5-5, 3rd in NFC North
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McCarthy adamant Packers will stick with Hundley (0:56)

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

The Packers are a two-touchdown underdog at Pittsburgh on Sunday night. They haven't been that big of an underdog since Dec.19, 2010 at New England, according to ESPN Stats & Information. Matt Flynn started that game the week after Aaron Rodgers was concussed at Detroit. The Packers lost to the Patriots 31-27 as 14-point underdogs.

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Packers squander momentum with shutout loss (0:59)
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Hundley was a disaster under duress

When facing pressure on Sunday, Brett Hundley averaged minus-1.0 net yards per attempt with as many turnovers as completions. The Ravens didn't need to gamble much to put Hundley under duress, racking up five sacks and three picks on plays in which they rushed four or fewer.

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Saturday says 'it looks really bad' for Packers (0:51)

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The Ravens earned a win today despite Joe Flacco recording a Total QBR of 21.1. Part of the reason why: Brett Hundley was even worse, earning a 19.4.

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Clinton-Dix calls Raven who hit Clark 'trash'

The Packers lost Clay Matthews to a groin injury and Kenny Clark to an ankle injury that upset members of Green Bay's defense. Ha Ha Clinton-Dix called Ravens center Ryan Jensen, who hit Clark, "trash."

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Davante Adams on the shutout loss to the Ravens: "We've got too much talent in this locker room on offense, too much talent to go out there and put on a display like that. Zero points. There's no reason we should have zero points whoever we're playing."

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Rookie RB Devante Mays said he wasn't going to answer questions after he fumbled on his first two NFL touches today against the Ravens.

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Ravens shut out Packers in Lambeau (1:02)

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Brett Hundley: "I can't expect to be perfect, but I can expect to be better than this."

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Historically bad day for Packers' offense

Entering Sunday, it had been exactly 11 years to the day since the Packers had been shut out, a 35-0 loss to the Patriots on Nov. 19, 2006. That defeat was the start of a three-game losing streak, as the Packers went on to an 8-8 finish that season.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

This was the the Packers' first game with 5+ turnovers and 6+ times sacked since 1990 Week 2 against the Bears when Anthony Delwig was Green Bay's starting QB.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

The Packers might consider a quarterback change if they had a better option than Joe Callahan. But they don't, so it seems unlikely that Mike McCarthy would go that route next week against Pittsburgh.

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Hundley throws a pair of INTs (0:34)
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Matthews injured after sacking Flacco (0:20)

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

It's an ankle injury for Kenny Clark, and he's already been ruled out for the rest of the game.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Kenny Clark got his right leg rolled into. That didn't look good. The second-year DT is having a strong season.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Jason Spriggs, activated off IR yesterday, is now in at right tackle in place of Justin McCray, who has a knee injury.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

The Packers were last shut out 11 years ago today. They lost 35-0 to the Patriots at home in 2006.

Team Stats

Passing Yards208.223rd
Rushing Yards105.418th
Points For22.713th
Points Against23.018th