The reviews for Bears cornerback Kyle Fuller have mostly been positive in his contract year, but the former first-round pick suffered through his worst game of the season Sunday in the Bears' 23-16 loss to the Packers.
Fuller missed two tackles on Green Bay's opening drive – one of which allowed Randall Cobb to break away for 38 yards on 3rd-and-5, and he also dropped an interception.
"They made some plays," Fuller said. "There were some things maybe I could have done better on a couple. But they get paid too to make plays, and they made some today."
Fuller was also beat by Davante Adams for a 19-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter. The score turned out to be the game winner, but Adams said the Packers weren't picking on Fuller.
"It was't a plan coming in," Adams said. "We did what we had to do. I don't even think we went at him. Sometimes, I had a few on him, but it wasn't an attack-23-day."