The Packers started their title defense with their first preseason game in Cleveland. Most of the Packers starters on offense and defense only played two series and Green Bay fell to the Browns 27-17 as the Packers failed to score in the second half.
The Packers were without key contributors Charles Woodson, Jermichael Finley and Sam Shields and many other important players played very sparingly, leaving plenty of time for players on the roster bubble.
Here are five things that we learned from the first preseason game; some positives and some negatives. It's important to note that there is plenty of time before the season starts for improvements for both the team and individual players.