However, Rodgers finally provided the first touchdown with a 64-yard pass to Jordy Nelson late in the third quarter and, despite two fourth-quarter touchdowns for the Ravens, Green Bay held out for what Rodgers believes will be a "character-building" win.
"Days like today remind you of why you love this game so much. Offensively, we're struggling a little bit, but we found a way to make enough plays to win," Rodgers told The AP.
"It's important to win on the road in this league if you want to make the playoffs. This was a tough environment.
"This is a team that's defending champs, a football team that's very well-coached, great players on both sides of the ball. This is a great team character-building win."
Despite the win, Green Bay remain third in the NFC North, although they do have a game in hand over both the Detroit Lions and the Chicago Bears above them.