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What We Learned: Bears vs. Packers

While the preseason is tough to read no matter the results, Week 1 can be a great indicator of what to expect over the course of a 16-game schedule. The Chicago Bears displayed both their strengths and flaws on Sunday. So what did we learn at Lambeau Field? Start with these five observations ...

1. Cutler is going to keep the other team in the game sometimes While there is no question Jay Cutler is the most talented quarterback to put on a Bears uniform since, well, maybe ever, that is not to say he doesn't have his flaws. Not only can he be abrasive with teammates on the sideline and flippant with the media at press conferences, but he does take chances with the football – too much...

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