Winner: Malik Heath
Undrafted rookie Malik Heath was one of the Packers' standout performers throughout the summer, earning his spot on the 53-man roster. With Dontayvion Wicks out, Green Bay needed Heath to contribute. And he did, catching all four targets for 46 yards.
Heath finished second for the Packers in receiving and made some tough catches. The rookie also made plays as a run blocker. He only caught his first NFL pass last week but looked like a veteran for Green Bay in this game. Heath has earned more opportunities moving forward. It was an impressive performance.
Winner: Offensive line
What a turnaround for the offensive line from the previous game against the Lions. Detroit's defensive front dominated in Week 4, but it was the complete opposite in this game.
It wasn't perfect. Jordan Love avoided a couple of sacks on his own, but overall, Matt LaFleur will be delighted with the play of the offensive line. Detroit didn't make a single sack. They had four QB hits to show for their efforts but a big zero in the sack column.
With time to throw, Love took apart the Lions' secondary, making big play after big play. Star pass rusher Aidan Hutchinson had two tackles and one QB hit. That's it.