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PLATTEVILLE, Wis._Maybe it is a sign. Maybe it was just a coach being a coach, where nothing is ever as good or as bad as it seems.
Last year, defensive coordinator Greg Blache bristled at questions about the Chicago Bears' lack of pass rush, though it was apparent early that it would be the No. 1 off-season priority in the form of $24.5 million for Phillip Daniels.
Now, after consecutive games in which his defense allowed no touchdowns, Blache was in no mood to lavish superlatives on his group.
"It doesn't matter, doesn't matter," Blache said. "It's only preseason. We were sloppy, too sloppy. I really wasn't pleased with it at all. We made some …