7 winners (and 2 losers) for Packers in Week 11 win over Chargers

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Winner: Karl Brooks

Yet another rookie makes the winners list. Unbelievably, it's another Day 3 pick. The number of hits the Packers have made in the later rounds of the draft is incredible. How did Karl Brooks fall to the sixth round?

The rookie put in yet another impressive performance this week, making a sack, tackle for loss, and QB hit against the Chargers. Brooks continues to make an impact. He is up to three sacks and three quarterback hits this season.

His sack was one of the defensive highlights of the game for the Packers. Brooks instantly pressured Justin Herbert. Herbert attempted to escape the pocket, but Brooks brilliantly shut that down, tripping him up for a six-yard loss.

Winner: Tucker Kraft

It's another rookie. Tucker Kraft made a slow start to the season, which is typical for tight ends, considering the steep learning curve at the position, but he has stepped up in recent weeks.

Kraft's yards-after-catch ability was on full display on a 27-yard catch-and-run. He made two defenders miss, hurdling over one of them. Kraft took it to the house for what would've been a 39-yard touchdown, but unfortunately, he had stepped out of bounds at the 12-yard line.

Kraft finished with two catches for 32 yards. His role is expanding, and it's hard not to be encouraged.