Williams struggled to defend the Giants wide receivers and put together a poor effort. This was most exemplified as he wrapped up a receiver following a catch and failed to complete the tackle. The receiver darted through and got a first down he shouldn't have gotten.
House got the start over Hayward in a surprising move. He covered fairly well at times, but was beaten for a first down and a touchdown in the first quarter.
Burnett finished the game with eight total tackles, but much like A.J. Hawk, too many of those tackles came as clean-up duty rather than the player going out and making a play. Burnett was far too quiet for being one of the best players in the secondary.
Hayward dropped a would-be interception that proved to be extremely costly. In a 7-7 ballgame, a turnover and possibly a defensive score would given the Packers a ton of momentum in a game where they deflated very soon after that play. Other than that, Hayward wasn't that bad.
McMillian capped off the Packers embarrassing performance with an embarrassing hit that drew a penalty for a hit on a defenseless receiver. The hit came long after the game was decided, but that type of play showed how the Packers played all night, with a lack of focus and attention to detail.
Jennings was abused by the Giants and partly responsible for the first couple touchdowns. He failed to stay deep on the first and left Davon House in a tough situation as he trailed the wide receiver. Jennings needs to play smarter football and better communicate in the defensive backfield.