Bears fall to Packers for sixth-straight time

Published 12/16 2012 11:05PM

Updated 12/16 2012 11:10PM

WMBD/WYZZ-TV STAFF - CHICAGO, IL - Sixth time was not the charm.  The Bears found themselves on the losing end of a 21-13 game with the Packers on Sunday.

Brandon Marshall had six catches for 56 yards and the game's first score, but Aaron Rodgers connect with James Jones on three seperate occasions to beat the Bears and clinch the NFC North.

After the game, Marshall was one of the unhappiest players in the locker room, and at the podium.

"Everyone involved in the offense should be held accoutable.  Even if that means jobs.  It's been this way all year," said Brandon Marshall.  "No excuses.  We still have two games left.  Still hope, but at the same time, we need to be held accountable."

The Bears still have two games to play.  They are both on the road at Arizona and Detroit.

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