Perry had four tackles (three solo), a sack, and an interception in Thursday's victory over the Bears.
Perry was held out of the sack column in Week 6 for the first time this season, but he got back on the board and then some Thursday, adding the first interception of his career. Perry is now up to 5.5 sacks through six games this season.
Crosby had a decent performance from a fantasy perspective, but he could have had a better night if not for his first two misses of the season -- an extra point that he pushed, and a field-goal attempt that was blocked. While Crosby is no longer batting 1.000 on the season, he has still scored at least eight points in five of his six games, and his average of 8.3 yards per contest places him ninth in the league in scoring, albeit with the rest of Week 7 to go.
Rodgers caught one pass for seven yards in Thursday's victory over the Bears.
Another week, another quiet outing for Rodgers, who has totaled just six receptions for 37 yards in four games since Week 3. He and the Packers will next face off again a Falcons defense that has been routinely beaten by opposing tight ends this season, but Rodgers has averaged fewer than three targets per game in 2016, which suggests he will not see enough passes in his direction to really take advantage of the matchup.
Ripkowski had three carries for eight yards and caught one pass for eight yards in Thursday's victory over the Bears.
Ripkowski had just four total touches all season entering Thursday's contest, but he received a few extra opportunities to rack up yards with the Packers thin at the running back position. Ripkowski has been more active the last few weeks -- all eight of his touches came in Weeks 5-7 -- than he was earlier this season, but he remains a bit player in the Packers' offense.
Janis played a season-high 41 snaps in Thursday's victory over the Bears, according to Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com, and caught two passes for nine yards.
With fellow receivers Ty Montgomery mainly playing running back and Jared Abbrederis (thigh) inactive, Janis was the Packers' clear fourth receiver and was on the field for nearly 50 percent of the team's offensive plays. Janis did see a few extra opportunities Thursday, finishing with five targets, but that did not lead to any significant production, and he still has totaled just four receptions for 23 yards on the year. Janis figures to continue seeing a healthy number of snaps as long as Montgomery is working out of the backfield, but he will remain a minor player in the Packers' offense as long as the receivers ahead of him on the depth chart remain healthy.