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Read what writers around the country are saying about the Bears following Sunday night's 55-14 loss to the Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field.

CBS Sports
Comments: "(Brandon Marshall) didn't give up. Not even when his team was down 45-0. The Bears receiver was the one to make this 45-yard touchdown happen. Kudos to him for continuing to play hard, even if he later had to leave the game with an ankle injury." - Josh Katzowitz Read more

The MMQB
Comments: "The decisiveness of the 55-14 loss in Green Bay Sunday night said much more about the Bears' deficiencies than it did about the Packers' greatness." - Peter King Read more

NFL.com
Comments: "The Bears became the first team since the Rochester Jeffersons in 1923 to surrender a 50-burger in back-to-back games. They have no semblance of a pass rush after buying a trio of defensive ends in free agency and selecting a pair of defensive tackles in the first three rounds of the 2014 NFL Draft. That's not helping a dire situation in the defensive backfield that has been among the NFL's most exploitable for three years now." - Around the NFL Read more

NBC Sports
Comments: "If the talent is there and the preparation was adequate, something is wrong.  And the Bears need to figure it out.  In six days, they'll welcome the Vikings to the place where the Bears have yet to win a game all year — their home field." - Mike Florio Read more

USA Today
Comments: "With a bye last week, Trestman and his staff had two weeks to figure out where the wheels had come off and how to put them back on. The players had two weeks to nurse their bruised egos from the 51-23 drubbing by the Patriots and get angry enough to ensure it never happened again." - Nancy Armour Read more

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