The Falcons beat the Packers 25-24 in the fourth
The Falcons got a big play to open the fourth quarter, with Ridder completing a 45-yard pass to Hollins to the Green Bay 12.
The Packers had 1-yard gains on first and second downs by Algiers and Robinson, and a 4-yard pass to London on fourth-and-4 from Atlanta led to a third down.
However, Ridder went free on a fourth-and-4 keeper to bring Atlanta back within five at 24-19 with 11:48 remaining.
The Packers were unable to add to their total on the next series after Love’s pass to Malik Heath fell incomplete on third-and-8.
After two 4-yard Algiers runs, Ridder scampered for four yards to make it third-and-2. Robinson then broke free on a pass 29 yards down the sideline to the Green Bay 24.
Carl Brooks tackled Robinson and pulled a quick first down for a 2-yard loss. Douglas ripped off a third-and-7 pass to Mack Hollins, which led to a Goo 39-yard field goal that made it 24-22 with 8:10 left.
The Packers gained six yards on first down with Dillon, but came up short on the next two carries. Green Bay tried to sneak it in, but got a false start on fourth-and-1. The Packers had 6:07 left.
London gained 24 yards on a deep ball to the Green Bay 49. Facing third-and-3, Ridder connected with Robinson on a 10-yard slant. From the read-option, Ridder was ruled one yard short on first down on third-and-3.
Falcons coach Arthur Smith challenged the placement of the ball, but the ruling was on the field and Atlanta elected to go for it. Ridder pitched the ball to Robinson, who took it seven yards perfectly.
Robinson ran it back on third-and-6, but was tackled a yard short on first down. Atlanta allowed the clock to run up to 1 minute before the call expired. Goo’s 25-yard field goal with 57 seconds left gave the Falcons a 25-24 lead.
The Packers took over at their own 25 after a touchback. Facing a fourth-and-10 after three completions, Love appeared to hit Toure over the middle for a first down, but it was ruled incomplete on review to end the game.