The Packers' offensive, defensive and special-teams players of the week in their 30-23 Week Two victory over the Panthers in Carolina:
Offense: QB Aaron Rodgers
Rodgers seemed to effortlessly continue getting the job done under center, registering a 119.9 passer rating with 19-of-30 completions for 308 yards — including big-play TD strikes to of 49 yards to Greg Jennings and 84 yards to Jordy Nelson — and no interceptions.
Defense: CB Charles Woodson
Woodson came up huge when it counted most in an undermanned secondary with a pair of interceptions and a fumble recovery to go with five tackles.
Special teams: PK Mason Crosby
Crosby was deadly efficient, connecting on 3-of-3 field-goal attempts — from 37, 19 and 34 yards.