Four turnovers helped send the Ravens to a 27-14 loss to the Packers on Monday night.
The Ravens played without Ed Reed and backup S Tom Zbikowski was beaten for a pair of touchdown catches by Packers TE Jermichael Finley.
An inability to sustain drives led to the Ravens possessing the ball for less than 25 minutes.
Ravens coach John Harbaugh was unhappy with the way his defense played in the red zone.
The Ravens were penalized 12 times for 135 yards, including five defensive pass interference calls for 90 yards.
Said Finley of the Packers’ ability to exploit Reed’s absence, “He’s a great safety and you’ve got to capitalize when they don’t have a weapon.”
Packers CB Tramon Williams was guilty of pass interference twice, but came up with a fourth-quarter interception in the end zone.
Packers rookie LB Clay Matthews had two sacks, three tackles for losses and three quarterback hurries on an active night.
An apparent first-quarter fumble by RB Ryan Grant was overturned on a challenge by Packers coach Mike McCarthy and kept the Ravens from taking over with good field position.
Special teams was a sore spot for the Packers as PR Jordy Nelson couldn’t generate any good returns and K Mason Crosby missed a field goal.