The Bears repeated Packers-related behaviors of years past — interceptions and failure to take down Aaron Rodgers qualify as Bears standards vs. Green Bay — and the outcome was eerily the same.
Maybe Aaron Rodgers was onto something: Green Bay's offense looks just fine.
Brandon Marshall was damaged when he caught three touchdowns in the win at San Francisco. He was still damaged when he struggled catching one of six balls thrown to him in New York.
What was once an anomaly has now become a norm. A curious one, but perhaps one that is a telling sign of where Marc Trestman has taken the Bears offense in less than two seasons.
It might pass almost unnoticed on the transaction wire, the Bears terminating the contract of fullback Tony Fiammetta on Thursday.