Was Green Bay's dominating performance in the preseason a mirage or for real? If Sunday night's 21-15 victory over the Chicago Bears was any indication, the answer is yes...and no. Green Bay's new 3-4 defensive scheme under defensive coordinator Dom Capers proved a success as the Packers harassed Jay Cutler all night. Cullen Jenkins was a beast up the middle for the Packers, who had little productivity from linebacker Nick Barnett and were without first-round draft choice B.J. Raji. No matter because Jenkins, Aaron Kampman, rookie linebacker Clay Matthews, and Brandon Chillar were able to set up camp in the Bears' backfield for most of the night. Chillar and Jenkins each recorded sacks, and the pressure got to Cutler, who looked uncomfortable when flushed from the pocket. Green Bay picked ...
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