For all the work the Bears did this offseason to improve their roster, it was the same old Bears on Sunday against the Packers. D.J. Moore, who was electric in the spring and summer, was targeted only twice until late in the game. The defense, fresh with new starters, gave up more points than the Bears had allowed in a Week 1 home game in 55 years. The D-line, totally overhauled, had three QB hits off Love and only one sack. The offensive line, with two new starters, didn’t do much to instill confidence — the run game struggled and Fields was sacked four times while also having to scramble often. The draft class didn’t make a major impact.