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Byline: Michael Cunningham
Green Bay _ The Green Bay Packers were more impressive on defense than were the Baltimore Ravens, but that didn't mean the Packers were ready to declare themselves one of the league's great defenses, a title frequently bestowed on the Ravens.
For one thing, the Ravens had to face Packers quarterback Brett Favre and a capable offense Sunday at Lambeau Field, whereas the Packers merely had to contain Elvis Grbac and a weak running game. For another, Green Bay gave up 358 total yards, not much better than the 391 yards allowed by Baltimore.
"I think it might be a draw," Packers safety LeRoy Butler said. "Looking at the numbers, I don't think either one of us is No. 1."
But Green Bay's defense was superior Sunday because it forced the …