GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) -- The Green Bay Packers' defense didn't just hold down Indianapolis.
The unit matched the high-powered offense led by Peyton Manning point for point Sunday.
A pair of interception returns by safeties Nick Collins and Aaron Rouse helped the Packers deliver a dominating 34-14 win.
Rouse says the Packers are playing with attitude and a sense of urgency now.
Even without Pro Bowl cornerback Al Harris and safety Atari Bigby the last several weeks, the Packers' injury-plagued defense has managed to go on the offensive this season.
Five of Green Bay's league-high six touchdown returns have come off interceptions by defensive backs.
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