Chicago Bears: 4 Positives from the Week 1 Loss to Green Bay Packers

The Chicago Bears suffered a devastating loss to the Green Bay Packers in their 2018 season opener. Even so, they showed plenty of good things to give fans hope for the season.

Well, the 2018 Chicago Bears season is underway. Already, though, fans felt a blow to the gut. The Bears came out like gangbusters, holding the Green Bay Packers to a three-and-out, then going out and marching 86 yards down the field scoring a touchdown. They then held the Packers again, then marched down and kicked a field goal. The game couldn’t start any better for the Bears.

When the first half was done, the Bears owned a 17-0 lead, knocked Aaron Rodgers out of the game, and looked nothing the losing teams that played over the past several seasons. Then they had to play the second half and everything changed.

After the Bears got another field goal, Rodgers came back and engineered a 24-3 run that won the game. Rodgers added to his legend and continued his magic spell over the Bears. It was just another example of how dominant the Packers are over the Bears?

Or was it?

Yes, this was an ugly loss. It might take a couple of days to get over. The good thing about it, however, is that this game also provided fans with some hope for the season going forward. With some fine-tuning and better conditioning, the wins will come.

Let’s take a look at some of the positives from this game:

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