Over the last two games, Walker has played 140 total snaps, produced 20 tackles without a miss, broke up one pass, made a fourth-down stop and created a half-sack. His eight “stops,” or tackles creating an offensive failure on a play, rank as the fifth-most among linebackers between Weeks 10-11. Walker is playing faster and more confidently, even without De’Vondre Campbell next to him. The Packers have also lined him up on the edge with success, including 18 snaps there in heavy run-defense looks against the Titans. His downhill, attacking style fits well with his elite athleticism in the role. With the season slipping away, it’s possible the Packers will give him more pass-rushing snaps down the stretch. His value could skyrocket if he’s able to disrupt the quarterback as a dual-threat player in the Micah Parsons mold.