10 burning questions Chicago Bears must answer in week one

There are questions at every position when the Chicago Bears kick off their season against the Green Bay Packers

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6. How will the Chicago Bears highly-paid LBs handle the Green Bay Packers duo at RB?

If the Green Bay Packers want to win this game, they have to rely on their two-headed monster at running back. Both Aaron Jones and A.J. Dillon have had their share of memorable moments against the Chicago Bears, and the Bears have claimed to have done something about it.

With Tremaine Edmunds and T.J. Edwards, the Chicago Bears essentially added two players who can stop this duo in differing ways. Edmunds will be the MIKE and will have to hold down the run defense up the middle. That means not budging in the Oklahoma drill against A.J. Dillon.

Then, Aaron Jones has the lateral playmaking ability. He can catch the ball out of the backfield and turn it up from the flats. Edwards was signed to fill the run-and-chase role, and he is so instinctive that he often shuts down these plays from the jump.

If the linebacker duo forces Green Bay to away from these two, the money spent will start to add up real quickly. If Dillon plows over Edmunds, and Jones runs right past Edwards, this will be a serious talking point on Monday.