Hayward put together another very strong performance. Hayward had a number of pass deflections and came up with another interception. He has continued to improve and looks like he has a very bright future with the Packers.
Williams struggled in the first half with Calvin Johnson, but did a much better job in the second half. While Johnson put up 143 yards, he didn't control the game in a way that he is capable of doing. Williams can do better, but it wasn't awful.
House had a strong game coming up with a couple pass deflections and a sack. He looks more and more comfortable playing with a shoulder harness. With more and more snaps, House should get better down the stretch.
Burnett should have had an interception on Johnson's touchdown pass, but whiffed badly. Despite that mistake, Burnett had a strong game with nine total tackles including a sack that forced a Lions' field goal.
Jennings came up with one of the biggest plays of the game on his first (should be second) interception of the season. Jennings did an impressive job of returning the pick 72-yards for the score. He showed some elusiveness that could be useful if the Packers suffer from special teams injuries.
McMillian played well down the stretch, coming up with big plays to seal the game. He batted down the fourth-down heave that Stafford threw and intercepted the lateral that Calvin Johnson tossed to try to keep the game alive.