Burnett was brutally awful on two long Adrian Peterson runs with terrible tackling attempts, but came up huge with two interceptions. Those turnovers not only made up for his mistakes, but they came at huge points in the football game to help the Packers get the win. Outside of those four plays, Burnett was active, coming up with another pass defense, a tackle for a loss and seven total tackles.
Williams was equally as bad on Peterson's 82-yard touchdown with a poor effort at a tackle. Outside of that, Williams was strong and helped to completely eliminate the Vikings wide receivers until very late in the game.
Hayward was also fairly quiet on the afternoon, but his defense was another reason the Vikings couldn't get anything going to their receivers. In addition to playing strong in coverage, Hayward was active with four tackles.
House played a very nice game with great coverage, especially early in the game. His blanket coverage forced a few incompletions that limited the effectiveness of the Vikings offense. He got credit with one pass defense, but his presence forced multiple incompletions.
Jennings but together a poor effort on Peterson's run and was often abused by Kyle Rudolph who lead the Vikings in catches and yardage. Jennings needs to be more physical in his tackling and more stout in coverage.
McMillian was extremely average on the afternoon. It was a combination of him and Brad Jones that gave up Rudolph's touchdown that gave the Vikings their first points. Outside of that play, McMillian didn't have much of an impact on the game.