Hyde injured his shoulder during the first half of Sunday's NFC championship game against the Falcons and his return is questionable. The Packers' secondary struggles continue, while they hope Hyde will be able to return in the second half.
Hyde made four tackles (all solo), recorded a sack, and intercepted a pass in Sunday's playoff victory over the Cowboys. Hyde played every defensive snap in Sunday's game, according to Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com, and he made a number of key plays in the Packers' victory. Expect him to continue playing a prominent role for the Packers' defense the rest of the way.
Hyde tallied his third interception in four games to go along with three tackles in Sunday's win over the Lions. Hyde has had a late season surge, recording an interception against the Seahawks, Bears, and Lions. With Damarious Randall, Quinten Rollins, and Makinton Dorleant all questionable for Sunday's wild-card matchup against the Giants, Hyde will look help out by continuing his strong secondary play.
Hyde had three tackles and three passes defensed, including an interception, in Sunday's 30-27 victory over the Bears. Hyde was on the field for just under half of Green Bay's defensive snaps on Sunday but he played well in the opportunities he had. His interception was his second in as many weeks and his second on the season. He's now just eight tackles and one interception away from tying his career high in each category with two games left to play.
Hyde racked up six tackles (five solo) and an interception in Sunday's victory over the Seahawks. Hyde's interception was his first of the campaign, and the six stops leave him in position to set a new career high for tackles in a season. Hyde has 48 tackles with three games to go, which is just 11 short of the 59 tackles he posted in 2014.