(BALTIMORE) - The chances of the Baltimore Colts playing for a third straight NFL title remained very much alive, due in great measure to the gambling nerve of quarterback John Unitas. Less than a yard away from a first down on third down, Unitas went for the long gain and cashed in for a late fourth period touchdown that broke a 24-24 tie with Green Bay Sunday. The Colts then scored again and won 38-24. The Colts had the ball on the Packer 38 with the score tied 24-24 and time fast running out. Unitas disdained a safe try for the first down and passed to end Raymond Berry on the Packer 8. Berry caught it. but was out of bounds. Billy Pricer, who had started at fullback for ihe Colts, came running in and the Packers probably guessed it was for the fourth down plunge. Instead, Unitas cooly passed out to his right to halfback Lenny Moore for a 23 -yard gain. Two plays later, Unitas passed to Berry on the 10 and the end ran past two defenders for the payoff touchdown. The Colts scored again after an intercepted pass, but it was merely window dressing. The offense was aided greatly by a Green Bay misfortune. Early in the game, Jesse Whittenton went out with a pulled leg muscle. All four Colt touchdown passes went over the heads of Dick Pesonen and Willie Wood, rookies playing their first games on defense.
GREEN BAY -  0  7  7 10 - 24
BALTIMORE - 14  7  3 14 - 38
1st - BA - Raymond Berry, 45-yd pass fr Johnny Unitas (Steve Myrha kick) BALTIMORE 7-0
1st - BA - Alex Hawkins, 1-yard pass from Unitas (Myrha kick) BALTIMORE 14-0
2nd - BALT - Berry, 21-yard pass from Unitas (Myrha kick) BALTIMORE 21-0
2nd - GB - Taylor, 4-yard run (Hornung kick) BALTIMORE 21-7
3rd - GB - Hornung, 10-yard run (Hornung kick) BALTIMORE 21-14
3rd - BALT - Myrha, 31-yard field goal BALTIMORE 24-14
4th - GB - Hornung, 2-yard run (Hornung kick) BALTIMORE 24-21
4th - GB - Hornung, 21-yard field goal TIED 24-24
4th - BALT - Berry, 16-yard pass from Unitas (Myrha kick) BALTIMORE 31-24
4th - BALT - Hawkins, 13-yard run (Myrha kick) BALTIMORE 38-24
Baltimore Colts (5-2) 38, Green Bay Packers (4-2) 24
Sunday November 6th 1960 (at Baltimore)