Fans who were expecting to see an improved offense at camp were disappointed. The line still has issues. Injuries have held back guys like Earl Bennett and Jermon Bushrod.
But the most discouraging aspect of camp was the play of Jay Cutler. He was an interception machine. It makes you wonder if he's a good fit for Marc Trestman's offense.
Trestman was asked how he feels about Cutler's play and whether or not he senses that Cutler is frustrated.
Trestman admits that Cutler has had a rough camp, but he also has seen good things from Cutler.
Cutler will get a chance to shake off his struggles Thursday night when the Bears host the Chargers in preseason action.