Johnathan Joseph: F
If you thought Johnathan Joseph’s performance against the Jets was bad, his performance against the Packers was on a whole ‘nother level. Joseph got beat by Jordy Nelson so many times that it seemed like Nelson was getting covered by a 350-pound nose tackle.
Joseph’s coverage was ripped apart this game, and his performance was definitely the worst he’s ever had in a Texans’ uniform.
Kareem Jackson: D
Though Johnathan Joseph was bad, Kareem Jackson was not much better. Jackson looked like the rookie Jackson from 2010 when he would refuse to rotate his head on deep passes, and he gave up two touchdowns tonight solely for that reason.
Jackson was also flagged for a pass interference penalty that set up a Packers’ touchdown when he did not turn his head and locate the ball in mid-air.
Danieal Manning: C-
Although Danieal Manning should have never committed that personal foul penalty, it was not completely his fault. His knee was locked in a painful position in that pile, and it appeared that he was simply trying to free himself from the awkward position.
Manning, however, was also very inconsistent in coverage. He gave up a touchdown to Jordy Nelson in the right corner of the end zone, and Aaron Rodgers exploited him all game long.
Glover Quin: A-
Glover Quin’s performance was the lone bright spot in the Texans’ secondary’s horrific one. He had a huge defended pass that prevented a Packer’s touchdown, and he played well in coverage for the majority of the game.
Quin, however, is receiving such a high grade for his performance against the run. The Packers set up their run game to attack Quin and force him to make the correct decisions, and Quin did just that. He finished with eight tackles, the most out of any Texan.