(PITTSBURGH) - Bart Starr came off the bench in the second half and quarterbacked the Packers to a 19-13 victory. The winning touchdown, a one yard plunge by Jim Taylor, was scored with only 63 seconds left to play. It overshadowed a great comeback engineered by another guy who came off the bench, Bobby Layne of the Steelers. Through the first half, it appeared as if Green Bay was on its way to a romp, even though there wasn't a touchdown scored. Paul Hornung, the NFL's leading scorer, padded his point column with four field goals from 45, 35, 35 and 17 yards away, to give the Packers a 12-0 lead. Then, in the second quarter, Layne stepped onto the field and the Steelers came to life. Running sometimes without the benefit of a huddle, Layne quick-passed the Steelers to a touchdown. The payoff pitch was for 37 yards to Tom Tracy. Layne's extra point kick sliced Green Bay's edge to 12-7 at the half. His second scoring pass was for 48 yards to Buddy Dial just after the fourth quarter began. This time Layne's tosses accounted for 65 of the 80 yards the Steelers gained. Two second half field goal tries by Hornung, from 51 and 40 yards out were wide. After Lamar McHan completed just four of his 16 pass attempts, he was replaced by Bart Starr, who directed the game-winning drive. Starr started slowly, but he had a full head of steam up by the time Henry Jordan recovered Tracy's fumble on the Green Bay 34 with just about five minutes to play. 5,000 fans greeted the Packers at the airport.
GREEN BAY  -  9  3  0  7 - 19
PITTSBURGH -  0  7  0  6 - 13
1st - GB - Hornung, 35-yard field goal GREEN BAY 3-0
1st - GB - Hornung, 35-yard field goal GREEN BAY 6-0
1st - GB - Hornung, 45-yard field goal GREEN BAY 9-0
2nd - GB - Hornung, 17-yard field goal GREEN BAY 12-0
2nd - PITT - Tom Tracy, 37-yard pass from Bobby Layne (Layne kick) GREEN BAY 12-7
4th - PITT - Buddy Dial, 48-yard pass from Layne (Pass failed) PITTSBURGH 13-12
4th - GB - Taylor, 1-yard run (Hornung kick) GREEN BAY 19-13
Green Bay Packers (4-1) 19, Pittsburgh Steelers (2-3-1) 13
Sunday October 30th 1960 (at Pittsburgh)