The Chicago Bears aren't ready to hit the panic button on their season just yet.
Last season, the Bears started out 7-3 but then fell to a dismal 8-8 after starting quarterback Jay Cutler got knocked out for the season with a hand injury.
This season, the Bears again are a very good team through the first ten games, however the team has a different feel to it this time around.
Cutler will be back this season, and the Bears have a legitimate starter while he is out. On the defensive side of the ball, the Bears are breaking records, both team and league wide, every time they take the field.
While the Bears do look better than last season at this point, there are still five things that the Bears can improve on, things that if they fix, should land them in New Orleans for Super Bowl XLVII.