Bears' offense looks familiar in loss to Packers

CHICAGO (AP) -- What was that people were saying about the Chicago Bears' new and improved offense?

Things sure looked familiar Thursday, with Jay Cutler getting knocked around like a human tackling dummy in a 23-10 loss at Green Bay that left him venting afterward.

Considering he got sacked seven times, it's not hard to see why. Right tackle Gabe Carimi says it's "on the O-line to do a better job" protecting the quarterback. Besides the beating Cutler took, there's also some concern about running back Matt Forte after he left the game with a right ankle injury. The Bears had no update and agent Adisa Bakari declined comment, although several outlets reported he has a high ankle sprain.

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