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Woodson had a solid game with three total tackles and a pass deflection. Woodson was flagged for a 5-yard defensive holding penalty, but other than that it was a good game. On the Seahawks' first touchdown, Woodson was stuck in the middle having to cover for A.J. Hawk and wasn't able to help Tramon Williams who was beat by Golden Tate.
Williams had a very good game outside of the Seahawks' first touchdown. Williams thought he had helped on the play, but Woodson had to cover the middle of the field after Hawk gave that up. Williams was a big reason why the Packers' defense only gave up 130 passing yards.
A game without finger pointing involving Burnett is a job well done. Burnett was efficient and didn't give up any big plays during the game. Burnett recorded two tackles on what was a relatively quiet evening for the safety.
A heartbreaking end to a very strong performance from Jennings. It appeared that Jennings had the game-winning interception, but it wasn't to be in the eyes of the refs. Other than that last play, Jennings was very solid and did a good job with Morgan Burnett taking away the middle of the field.
Shields apparently took his benching to heart and has stepped his game up in the last few weeks. He has started the last two games and played very well. He was wrongly called for a pass interference late, but also had some great defense to keep the Seahawks out of the end zone.
The rookie had a nice showing as the Packers' dime cornerback. He had a pass deflection and a gorgeous tackle that prevent the Seahawks from getting a first down late in the game. Hayward was responsible for two total tackles on the night.
Bush did a decent job on special teams. As the gunner, he did a nice job pinning the Seahawks at the 1-yard line, but was also whistled for a penalty on a different punt. Bush had one tackle on the night.
McMillian did a good job on the night and should have been credited with an interception, but it was wiped away with an Erik Walden roughing the passer penalty.