Steven Bisig-US PRESSWIRE
Kam Chancellor — A+
Chancellor was very busy against the Packers on Monday night and it showed.
The Seahawks' safety finished with 10 tackles on the evening and even got his hands on a pass to deflect it incomplete.
Most importantly, Chancellor's work deep stopped Rodgers and the Packers offense from pulling off big plays down the field.
Earl Thomas — B
Thomas wasn't busy in the tackling department, but along with Chancellor, he did a great job keeping the Packers' deep game at bay. The Seahawks' other safety finished with four tackles.
Brandon Browner — B+
Browner still needs to get his emotions in check, but fortunately for Seattle it didn't cost them anything. Browner had three tackles and a pass deflection.
A two-point conversion attempt by Green Bay fell short after Browner got his hand on a pass from the arm of Rodgers. If the Packers would have completed that play, the Seahawks final "touchdown" would have sent this game to overtime instead of being a game-winner.
Marcus Trufant — D
Trufant was pretty quiet against the Pack as the veteran only picked up three tackles.
The biggest play of the game involving Trufant happened on the touchdown drive that put the Packers ahead, 12-7. Trufant got burned by Greg Jennings for a reception that put Green Bay just a few yards away from a score that they eventually got.