2. After a rocky start to the season, Jimmy Smith has settled in as a starting cornerback and is playing well. He had a strong game against the Buffalo Bills, and after struggling a little last week, he bounced back against the Packers. Sure, it helped that James Jones got knocked out of the game early. But outside of one poor missed tackle, he blanketed receivers on the right side of the field and picked off Rodgers once. Smith has been more physical with receivers at the line of scrimmage, bumping them then trailing them closely down the field. Smith is by no means a shutdown corner, but he has definitely improved.