1. The Chicago Bears cornerbacks must stand up to the challenge
One of the thoughts about the Chicago Bears having a chance against the Green Bay Packers was that the Packers were weak at wide receiver. They were missing Christian Watson, and Romeo Doubs was limited a bit with his hamstring injury. So, the Bears cornerbacks mainly just had to shut down rookie Jayden Reed.
The issue was obviously that Aaron Jones still had himself a day. Still, the secondary did their job. Now, they get a real test in week two. Mike Evans and Chris Godwin would be the best receivers on the Packers by quite a bit. Heck, rookie Trey Palmer would be in the mix for the Packers' top spot on Sunday, and he is the clear number three for the Bucs.
The Chicago Bears have a serious question at slot cornerback, and it looks like Greg Stroman is going to start. Palmer played a lot of slot, but the Bucs can also get Chris Godwin in the slot, which could be killer for this team. Mike Evans is the type of wideout that Jaylon Johnson has success against, but Evans is the type of receiver to have his way against any cornerback. Can the Chicago Bears cornerbacks hold up in a tougher matchup? If they do not, this game is already over, but if they do, it should be a great game with the Chicago Bears having a chance to win.