Williams didn't respond well after playing a very good game against Andre Johnson and the Houston Texans. He looked very stiff and struggled to really shut down the Rams' young receivers. His play as set a high standard that wasn't quite lived up to today.
Hayward did a solid job in his first extensive playing time of his NFL career. Filling in for Sam Shields, Hayward came up with a brilliant interception for his fourth of the young NFL season. He struggled at times in coverage, but overall played a good game.
House got his first action of the season and played fairly well. He had a beautiful pass defense on fourth down that prevent the Rams from getting a first down. He was beaten a few times, but overall it was a solid first outing.
Burnett was extremely active for the Packers, but at times struggled with his tackling. He finished with five total tackles on the game. After giving up a few big plays during the first few weeks of the season, Burnett has been much better in the secondary.
Woodson continues to show his age as he once again failed to come up with a signature Woodson big play. Part of that is the switch to safety, but even in tackling, Woodson seems to have lost a little bit of his edge.
Jennings did a solid job for the Packers, coming up with three tackles and also a big recovery on the Packers' surprise onside kick. Jennings got the start, but also had big contributions on special teams.
McMillian got some time, splitting time with Jennings at the safety position. He looked okay, but wasn't able to come up with any big, impact plays during the game.