2018 Chicago Bears: Week 1 Report Card vs. Green Bay Packers
The first regular-season game of 2018 for the Chicago Bears was a tale of two halves. The Bears, facing the rival Green Bay Packers, looked as if they were living up to the offseason hype—with the offense moving the ball down the field and the defense making quick stops. Unfortunately, everything unraveled in the second half, resulting in a 24-23 defeat to the hated Packers. This marks the fifth consecutive year that Chicago has loss their season opener.
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The offense looked like something Bears fans have never seen, and the defense appeared to be on their way to reclaiming the moniker of “Monsters of the Midway.” The success on both sides of the ball should be seen later on this season, and hopefully on a more consistent basis. However, as for Week 1, Chicago will have to regroup, and figure out how to get back on track. Here’s a look at the Bears’ grades after their disappointing loss.