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Read what writers around the country are saying about the Bears after Sunday's 38-17 loss to the Green Bay Packers.

Sports Illustrated
Comments: "The Bears have now dropped both of their home games this season, to Buffalo and Green Bay, while winning once on the West Coast, against San Francisco, and once on the East Coast, at the Jets." – Don Banks Read more

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ESPN** Comments: "This was only the second game in NFL history without a punt, the last being a 1992 meeting between the Buffalo Bills and San Francisco 49ers. Blink and Rodgers will beat you. It happened once again to the Bears and Cutler." – John Clayton Read more

CBS Sports
Comments: "The Bears could have made a statement with a win, instead, they seemed to make a statement saying they're not ready to make statements." – John Breech Read more

NFL.com
Comments: "Jay Cutler provided another Jekyll-and-Hyde performance. In the first half the Bears' signal-caller was on target and keeping pace with Rodgers. The Bears moved the ball at will." – Kevin Patra Read more

Pro Football Talk
Comments: "In defeat, Chicago outgained Green Bay 496-358. But that is a stat sheet win. On the field, the Packers came up big time and again, while the Bears came up lacking." – Mike Wilkening Read more

USA Today
Comments: "The Lions are on top of the NFC North at 3-1 after an impressive road win against the Jets and beat the Packers the week before. The Bears have so much offensive talent they're dangerous. The Vikings are just a game back, too. But make no mistake: If Rodgers is healthy, the division still goes through Green Bay." – Tom Pelissero Read more

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