Williams deserves a lot of credit for shutting down Brandon Marshall for most of the game. He was limited to six catches and 56 yards with a touchdown. He got some catches, but Williams and the rest of the Packers defense didn't let Marshall beat them.
Shields had a very active game with a number of pass interference calls going towards the offense against him. He played very physical and did a nice job of shutting down Alshon Jeffery, who was held without a catch on the afternoon.
Hayward continues to be an interception machine for the Packers. He got the only interception of the afternoon on a terrible pass by Cutler. He did a nice job throughout the game, helping to hold every Bears receiver not named Brandon Marshall without a catch.
House has been replaced mostly by Shields and Hayward's strong play has limited his opportunities. House still has a role on this team, especially against teams that have even more receivers.
Burnett was pretty good on the afternoon, finishing the game with six tackles. He did a nice job to force a fumble on Marshall, but the ball bounced right to the Bears. He needs to be a little more physical and come up with some big plays, but overall he did a fine job.
Jennings struggled to provide support in the run game and showed a lack of physicality that hurt the Packers early in the game. The Bears opened the game looking much more physical and showed as they took a 7-0 lead.
McMillian didn't see a ton of action, but did play some nice defense on one of the Bears final plays. He also showed some class by offering to help up a Bears player on the ground.