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Tramon Williams had opportunities to come up with two interceptions and dropped them both. One came during the final drive and happened in the end zone. If Williams is able to come up with either of those plays, the Packers have a much better chance to win the game.
Shields was often, but not always, matched up against Reggie Wayne. The stat-line for Wayne was 13 catches for 212 yards and a touchdown. Shields was responsible for a number of those completions. On a positive not, his tackling continues to be better than last year.
Woodson did some good things, but his coverage was lackluster and he was flagged for two penalties. He finished the game with eight total tackles, but his play in the passing game just wasn't very good for what Packers fan have come to expect from Woodson.
Hayward made the most of his opportunities with a beautiful interception of Andrew Luck. Hayward did what the other Packers' corners failed to do in coming up with a turnover. The offense failed to do anything after the takeaway, but Hayward gave them the chance.
Burnett led the team in tackles with 10 total, but was often abused by Reggie Wayne. I can't tell you why Burnett was constantly asked to cover Wayne, but he failed to do the job asked of him. When he was getting burned by Wayne, Burnett was in clean up duty or around the ball on running plays.
McMillian struggled as well, most notably getting beat by Reggie Wayne deep. Luck missed the throw, but it should have been points for the Colts in the second quarter.