The short answer to the above headline is "no." Great quarterbacks overcome so much, and Aaron Rodgers is still there.
The Bears are well-versed in both aspects of that last statement, since they haven't had a quarterback who capable of putting a team on his shoulders to overcome blemishes, and the fact facing No. 12 in green and gold is more exasperating than facing the No. 4 who preceded him.
Now, Rodgers has an even more dangerous arsenal in adding ex-Bears tight end Martellus Bennett to a mix that includes a couple of guys who combined to catch 26 touchdown passes in Jordy Nelson (now two years removed from his torn ACL) and Davante Adams. And the commitment to Ty Montgomery as the starting running back is strong (after especially victimizing the Bears in averaging six yards a carry in a stop-gap role last season).
That doesn't mean there aren't things in the back of Packers' fans minds that are disconcerting. Defensive Coordinator Dom Capers is the favorite punching bag, yet remains on the job after ranking 22nd in total yards, although top ten against the run.
So here's a couple of areas of concern as they head to camp next week:
Dom's DB's: More specifically, his "CB's." For the second time in three years, general manager Ted Thompson used his top two draft picks on cornerbacks. That doesn't mean the investment two years ago won't pan out, as Damarious Randall and Quinten Rollins were just banged up a year ago. If they stay relatively healthy this year, along with the drafting of Washington's Kevin King and the reacquistion of Davon House, it could turn around. They're still young. But it helps to have one of the best safety tandems in the league to work with as well in Morgan Burnett and HaHa Clinton-Dix. Second-round pick Josh Jones is listed as a safety, but is expected to be used in a hybrid role in the box as situations dictate. Clay Matthews is 31 and has been sidelined by and fought through injuries for much of the past five years, and as the Packers try to move him around more, they'll need a handful of young "LB's" to step up. The Packers have selected four linebackers in the third or fourth rounds over the past two drafts.
Getting their guards up: Perhaps no quarterback in the league is more elusive, and better at buying time, in the pocket than Rodgers. That helps a lot. Since the Packers convened at camp a year ago, two Pro Bowl guards have departed to division rivals in Josh Sitton (Bears) and T.J. Lang (Lions). Center now belongs strictly to Corey Linsley after JC Tretter left in free agency. Undrafted Lane Taylor held up fairly well replacing Sitton a year ago. They'll look to 12-year veteran Jahri Evans (former All-Pro with the Saints) or career backup Don Barclay to hold down the right guard spot.
The Packers always seem to find a way to make things work, thanks to Rodgers and his weapons. If for some reason they don't in 2017, it'll likely be for the reasons above.