In a game where the Bears needed a dominant game from its front four against Aaron Rodgers, they got a dominant game from no defensive lineman.
In a defeat of this scale, the negative superlatives were everywhere, not simply among players, who bore their own loads of responsibility.
GREEN BAY, Wisc. — Now the question becomes what do the Bears do about this one. Two obvious things are right in front of the Bears (3-6), and neither is particularly good.
Heading into the 2014 season the Bears had every piece of the puzzle in place on an offense that was expected to lead Chicago into the postseason.
Jay Cutler's struggles at Lambeau Field against the Packers have been well-documented.