The Bears allowed three sacks of Jay Cutler in the first half and were unable to establish any sort of superiority along the line of scrimmage.
In a defeat of this scale, the negative superlatives were everywhere, not simply among players, who bore their own loads of responsibility.
Julius Peppers has a reputation as a shy, quiet guy in the clubhouse, so when he has something to say, his teammates know they better listen.
As the debacle in New England wound to a close, one inescapable conclusion was that Jordan Mills, the starter at right tackle for the 23 previous games, was no longer a lock in the best-five group
The Bears were 2-1 when the Packers came to Soldier Field Sept. 28th; Green Bay was 1-2.