Bears see no need for preseason panic

But two losses pinpoint some areas of concern on offense, defense and special teams

Updated: August 30, 2010, 1:17 PM ET
By Melissa Isaacson | ESPNChicago.com

CHICAGO -- Apparently, it wasn't just the majority of those watching the Bears on Saturday night -- for remuneration or otherwise -- who tuned out before the game was over.

Lance Briggs was in the middle of making the argument that even in the preseason, there's professional pride at stake, when he blanked out on one detail.

"You want to look good your first game at home, preseason or regular season," he said, "and you get beat by 27 or whatever it was ... it was 27, right?"

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