Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images
It's hard not to give the offense an A for putting up 38 points and more than 350 total yards.
Aaron Rodgers continued his perfect season by throwing for four touchdowns.
However, they do lose some points for their offensive line, which was the main reason that the Packers offense struggled for much of the second quarter—Rodgers was sacked twice and hit three times—but the only reason this number isn't higher is because of his mobility and the fact that he was able to get out of many bad situations.
The running game was good but not great, compiling 90 total yards, but Aaron Rodgers accounting for 21 of them. However, James Starks did have a few good plays and rushed for 63 yards.
Overall, the Packers offense gets high marks because of the continued success of the passing game, but the offensive line is going to have to improve if they want to continue their success.
Quarterback: A+ (this includes Matt Flynn, who was also very effective in the fourth quarter)
Running backs: B+ (Starks seems to be the most effective back, as Grant only rushed for six yards on eight carries)
Wide Receivers/Tight Ends: A (Rodgers threw the ball to 10 different receivers, so none of them gained more than 65 yards, but Finley led in receptions and Nelson got two touchdowns.
Offensive Line: B- (grade goes up because of their improved performance in the second half)