Make no mistake about it.
It is a one way street.
Either the Packers offense is that bad, or the Bears defense is that good.
Granted, it could be a simple case of jitters and miscues for a unit that spent most of the offseason watching the second and third teams compete for roster spots, but tonight neither team looked on track when taking offensive snaps.
In a game billed as a duel between star QB’s Aaron Rodgers and Jay Cutler, this contest did not flop, but it did not wow fans in the manner intended.
Both signal callers were bullied for much of the game, rarely able to get into a rhythm due in large part to revamped schemes by both organizations that set out to emphasize pressure.
The gameplan for both teams ...
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Article written by Casey Mabbott