okay, so maybe "loathe" is a pretty strong word, but here are my positives and negatives from last night's game. Positives: 1-Alshon Jeffery is THE MAN. 2-Our OL is set. Kyle Long is flat out NASTY (LOVED the way he stuck his nose in the middle of that first quarter scrum). Dude is already a leader whom Cutler and his teammates trust. Aside from the false start, Mills looked solid yet again. We might finally have a good OL this year. 3-Forte definitely looks more alive than he has the previous 2 seasons. You can tell he has bought whole hog into Trestman's offense. I think we all expect a pretty big year from Matt. 4-Cutler had an outstanding game. Was accurate, got rid of the ball quickly, spread the ball around and DIDN'T force any bad passes. Kudos to him for tossing it away when he had nothing. Call me crazy, but I actually felt like giving him a high give when he just threw the ball out of bounds instead of trying to force something to a blanketed Marshall. 5-Aaron Kromer. I just like this guy. 6-Bostic seems to be the real deal. Love his speed, agility and aggressiveness. Negatives: 1-Well, it was the Raiders and they are obviously going to SUCK this season , so who knows if our offense is REALLY as good as it looked going up against a non-existent Oakland pass rush. 2-Bennett's drops. I was REALLY hoping that his drops came on bad passes from Cutler, but when I watched the game today (I had to DVR it last night), I realized that Martellus dropped a couple of gimme's. I realize that it is only one game, but he did have issues catching the football when he was with Dallas. I really hope those issues don't crop back up this season. 3-Non-existent McClellin. After reading the box score last night, I had to wonder if Shea even played. I didn't see his name listed among the Bears' contributing (from a statistical perspective) defensive players. 0 tackles, 0 qb hits/pressures, etc. against an debilitated Oakland OL. I am beginning to fear that Emery whiffed on this particular pick.