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Packers Stop Colts in Baltimore, 17-6

Oct. 28, 1962 - The Green Bay Packers repulsed one threat after another by the Colts today before winning, 17-6, in Baltimore. A crowd of 57,996 saw the unbeaten Packers score their seventh straight victory this season in the NFL. The Packers didn’t get a safe lead until late in the last quarter, when Jim Taylor burst 36 yards for a touchdown. Until then, Taylor had gained only 19 yards in 12 carries. In the fourth quarter, the Colts were in Green Bay territory for the eighth time when Ray Nitschke intercepted a pass and returned it to the 43. A 21-yard pass from Bart Starr to Max McGee and Taylor’s touchdown followed.


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