After a baffling 38-3 defeat at the hands of the New Orleans Saints, the Green Bay Packers enter Week 2 with a lot of eyeballs cast upon them to see how they will bounce back.

The Detroit Lions enter Lambeau Field on Monday Night Football and it would appear to be a good matchup for the Packers to show that everything is just fine.

Here are some players to keep tabs on with their stock either rising or falling with the Packers entering Week 2.

Stock up

Elgton Jenkins

Elgton Jenkins graded out as the Packers' best offensive player in Week 1 against the Saints. While that isn't saying a whole lot given how abysmal they were, it is worth noting because Jenkins started at left tackle, the usual home for David Bakhtiari.

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Jenkins has proven time and again that he can be elite at any of the five spots on the offensive line and he displayed that again in Week 1 against the Saints.

Protecting the blind side of Aaron Rodgers is pretty dang important and while others on the offensive line struggled to keep the pocket clean for the reigning MVP, Jenkins was brilliant for Green Bay against New Orleans.

Expect much of the same in Week 2 from Jenkins and his presence should open up Rodgers' opportunities to stay comfortable in the pocket and make more plays downfield.

Aaron Jones

After a Week 1 performance that saw him get just 5 carries for 9 yards, Aaron Jones can be penciled in for a much heavier workload against the Lions.

It was bizarre to see the Packers abandon the run game so quickly against the Saints and seemingly go to an empty set over and over. Those decisions took Jones completely out of the game plan and the run game as a whole.

Jones has feasted against the Lions throughout his career and last year in the Packers' matchup against Detroit at Lambeau Field, he ran 18 times for 168 and two touchdowns and also chipped in 4 receptions for 68 yards and another touchdown.

That was an other worldly day for Jones so expectations shouldn't be quite that high this time around. However, seeing Jones eclipse 100 yards rushing a week after getting just 9 yards on the ground isn't a far fetched thought.

Stock down

Kevin King

It feels as though we are beating a dead horse at this point but Kevin King looked uncomfortable at times against the Saints.

He was torched late for a 55-yard touchdown on a pass from Jameis Winston to Deonte Harris and it was the cherry on top of what was a disaster for the Packers in Week 1.

King was brought back in the offseason on a one-year deal that triggered many Packers fans.

While rookie first round pick Eric Stokes played just 11 snaps for Green Bay, his role could increase if King continues to struggle.

Part of the problem was defensive coordinator Joe Barry's vanilla scheme that had King and every other corner playing way off the wide receivers at the line of scrimmage. He needs to put King in better spots to flourish.