What stings the most is that they let the Packers clinch the Division Championship on their own turf.
"You don't want to loose to somebody like that," said Jay Cutler. "You don't want to let somebody clinch you're division on your home field. Especially the Packers."
"We know they're our rival. You need to beat your rival," said Lovie Smith. "And we couldn't get it done."
Despite the 21-13 score it was Packer domination today. They had more than twice as many yards of offense as the Bears. And they held the Bears to 0 for 9 on third down conversions.
"It's definitely a tough loss," said Bears safety Major Wright. "This one's going to hurt. This one's going to stay with us for a little while."
Brandon Marshall scored the Bears only touchdown, but he was the most disappointed Bear of all.
"It's very frustrating. You can see it on my face right now. It's self-explanatory," said Marshall.
The only thing that's keeping the Bears from being completely devastated is the knowledge that they still have a shot to make the playoffs.
"It's never over until that last 16th game is over," said Cutler. "That's how the loockerroom feels.