I chose "other" in this one. The game, from the Bears perspective, looked exactly like what it was - a VERY young team with new players and 24 new coaches and all new schemes on Offense, Defense & Special Team - a team in a full rebuild mode facing a veteran team competing for a Super Bowl & led by a Hall of Fame QB. On top of that it was only game-2 of the first season of the rebuild. Some of our starters were in their 2nd game ever in the NFL & first ever prime time game. At Lambeau against Aaron Rodgers no less.
In fairness, this is what you get, even if the rebuild is being done right. There were some coaching mistakes and player mistakes. It all added up to a 10-27 loss.
The Bears will play better, especially against the teams on their schedule that are NOT Super Bowl contender veteran teams. I think this team does have some talent - players and coaches. And we will see the team play better as the season progresses. Then in 2023 the team will have a major infusion of talent with a full draft and over $100-million dollars in cap money to spend. It will be in year-2 of these schemes too. My only point is that we just need to accept this season for what it is, a rebuilding year. Things WILL get better.