It's bad coaching as much as anything else
I guess comments similar to the one I'm about to make are buried underneath some other posts, but here's a thread that starts about coaching comments and hopefully will continue with coaching comments.
I know that there's plenty of blame to go around with the offensive offensive line (yeah, I meant two "offensives" for a reason) and Cutler's problems.
But WTF with the playcalling and coaching?
When we knew early on that Clay Matthews was a huge problem, why did we not keep a tight end in to help Webb with the blocking? We have plenty of other good receivers for Jay to throw to. We didn't need to constantly use the tight end as a receiver to help open up the passing game. (Although Davis did catch that one TD, I'll give you that.)
We have (had) Forte and Bush... a very potent backfield. Yet, the game was all pass, pass, pass for Cutler. The Packers knew it, and they had a great day against our o-line. We should have run to set up the pass.
We're not adjusting when adjustments are needed. That's poor coaching.
And somebody needs to introduce the screen play into Tice's playbook.
We would have fared much better (Cutler, O-line, receivers) if we had just mixed up the playcalling better. And had a coach that is not so incredibly stubborn that he can't see beyond himself.
If we're going to blame Cutler and the o-line, we should blame our coaches with AT LEAST equal measure.