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Williams was strong against Larry Fitzgerald for most of the afternoon. Most of Fitzgerald's production came against zone looks. Williams has been a huge piece of the Packers' success this season and was at it again against the Cardinals.
Hayward had an up-and-down game, which is to expected from a rookie cornerback. He was badly beaten by Andre Roberts in the second quarter to set up the Cardinals' first touchdown, but came up with some deflections later in the game. His deflection was the reason Erik Walden came up with an interception in the third quarter.
House is still trying to get his feet under him this season and struggled at times this afternoon. He was beaten by Andre Roberts late in the game, after playing solid coverage but failing to get his head turned around to locate the ball.
It was a familiar story for Bush. He played a great game on special teams but struggled on defense. If the Packers can get Sam Shields healthy after the bye week, they won't have to rely on Bush as much on defense.
Burnett was physical and incredibly active against the Cardinals. He finished second on the team with seven tackles as he was always around the ball. He did a very nice job wrapping up on his tackles and limiting extra yardage.
McMillian did a nice job battling through a back injury to play and play well. He registered five total tackles and had a nice pass breakup on a physical hit. He fulfilled his special teams role well and continues to develop nicely.
Jennings didn't make many mistakes, but didn't take many chances either. He struggled to help out in zone deep down the field, but all in all he played a solid game.