Williams rises to the occasion, but teammates offer very little help
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- What the Green Bay Packers urgently needed and didn't receive Sunday were more superlative performances like that put forth by Tramon Williams. It was back to 2010 for Williams, when he played as well as any cornerback in the National Football League. He tackled magnificently in one-on-one situations, twice upending the strapping Hakeem Nicks on hitch routes he has been killing the Packers on for five years and cutting down jumbo running backs Andre Brown and Brandon Jacobs when all they had was open FieldTurf ahead. Williams also made a diving interception, only the team's second in the last seven games, and covered effectively despite having to play the ...