Jennings suffered a shoulder injury early in the second quarter and didn't return to the field. Against the pass-heavy Saints, Jennings would have seen plenty of time on the field.
Burnett will want to move on quickly from his performance. He was part of two unfortunate moments for the Packers. He was part of the miscommunication with Sam Shields that cost the Packers an 80-yard touchdown and with Tramon Williams that cost the Packers an interception.
McMillian got some interesting looks in the Packers' defense, lining up in the position usually reserved for an inside linebacker. McMillian did well in the position and throughout the game. He got pretty lucky on a Sproles drop where he was beat, but overall it was a good outing for the rookie.
Woodson was definitely fired up after last week's events. He came out with some inspired play and seemed to fuel the Packers' defense spirit. Woodson spent the majority of the game right around the ball with 11 total tackles.
Williams was strong once again and played a big part in keeping the Saints out of the end zone. Following the B.J. Raji penalty that gave the Saints three more chances at a touchdown, Williams did a fabulous job breaking up a pass to Jimmy Graham. Williams should have had an interception, but a miscommunication with Burnett saw the ball fall to the ground.
Shields was beat deep for an 80-yard touchdown, but had a decent game outside of that moment. He played physical and wrapped up on his tackles. He didn't wrap up on the long touchdown, but took a decent shot at creating a fumble on the play.
Hayward played a solid game and is making it hard for Davon House to crack the rotation. Hayward had one pass deflection and did a strong job covering Jimmy Graham on a third down that forced the Saints to punt and give the Packers good field position in the fourth quarter.
Bush had a decent game on special teams. He didn't make any big plays, but getting down the field quickly is crucial against a good return team.