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Aaron Rodgers, QB - Rodgers was able to make enough plays to lead the Packers to victory on Sunday. While his performance was less than MVP-caliber—14-of-24 for 173 yards and no passing touchdowns—he did manage to get a rushing touchdown in the second half that provided a spark to the rushing attack. Rodgers did an excellent job of limiting mistakes and not forcing plays.
Alex Green, RB - Green had a great game as the primary running back, rushing for a season-high 69 yards on 13 carries. Green showed a good mix of burst and power, rushing for eight to nine yards on multiple first down carries. The Packers would be ecstatic to get this kind of game from Green every week.
DuJuan Harris, RB - Harris did a great job filling in for the injured James Starks, and he showed a great burst of speed off the line while providing the go-ahead touchdown in the fourth quarter. Harris showed great potential to contribute going forward the rest of the season.
John Kuhn, FB - Kuhn saw just one carry for negative five yards in the game, while Green and Harris saw the bulk of the carries. But Kuhn contributed well in the run blocking department while also doing a good job of helping Don Barclay in pass blocking situations.
Jermichael Finley, TE - Finley regressed slightly from his previous couple games. This is not only in terms of his receiving production, but also in terms of his blocking ability. Finley missed multiple blocks on running plays, one of which allowed Alex Green to be smashed on a run to the right side of the line. Finley did have a couple of catches without any drops, and hopefully, this game was just a slight step back for Finley.
D.J. Williams, TE - Williams made a great play on a 12-yard run by Alex Green, sealing the edge for the runner. While Williams was not targeted in the passing game, he did an excellent job in terms of run-blocking during the time he saw.
Tom Crabtree, TE - Crabtree was pretty quiet in Sunday's game, seeing less playing time than fellow tight end D.J. Williams. Crabtree was targeted once without a catch.
Randall Cobb, WR: Randall Cobb was Randall Cobb again on Sunday, pulling in seven targets for 102 yards. Cobb also made a phenomenal catch down the sideline in the second half that resulted in a first down but he did have a terrible drop on a free play that would have resulted in a big play.
Greg Jennings, WR: Jennings had a fairly quiet night, pulling in one catch for 27 yards. He did make a couple excellent blocks on runs to the outside.
James Jones, WR - Jones had a couple catches on the night and also had a couple mistakes to go along with them. Jones dropped an easy hitch route while also failing to make a block on a run by Alex Green.
Jarrett Boykin, WR - Boykin caught just one pass for four yards while also failing to seal the edge on an outside run.