Benny Sieu-US PRESSWIRE
The Packers used their first six draft picks on defense during the 2012 draft to infuse some talent into a unit that was downright poor in 2011.
Through one game this season, none of the rookies has yet to make an impact. Granted, none of the rookies are expected to be Pro Bowlers in their first year in the NFL, but the Packers could really use some solid play out of them.
Nick Perry, who started and played pretty much every down in the season opener, held his own against the 49ers, but the Packers could really use some production out of him.
Jerel Worthy also made his NFL debut and probably played more than originally planned after C.J. Wilson came out of the game with a groin injury. Worthy, however, was mostly invisible.
Jerron McMillian and Dezman Moses also made their defensive debuts this past Sunday, and even though they played sparingly, they failed to make an impression in their limited playing time.
The Packers really need a couple of these players to step up, even if it's only for one shining moment. One sack by Perry or Worthy, or one interception by McMillian would go a long way towards seeing success against the Bears.