(CBS) A 55-14 loss to the Packers on Sunday night that was perhaps the most embarrassing in Bears’ history has naturally also spurred a list of inflammatory Monday morning headlines, every word of which is deserving for the franchise.

Both the Tribune and Sun-Times, bless their editors’ hearts, went with “Lambeau Bleep” as their main headlines on the front page of the sports section.

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Here at CBSChicago.com, we went with the Great Chicago Dumpster Fire because, really, that’s what this team has become.

Here’s a sampling of the other headlines that floated around the Internet:

Why wasn’t Marc Trestman fired at halftime? (Tribune)

When should Marc Trestman be fired? (Tribune)

Humiliation of Bears makes for rough morning commute (Sun-Times)

Embattled Bears’ defense lays ‘an egg’ in Green Bay (Sun-Times)

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Have Bears quit, or are they simply outclassed by Packers? (Tribune)

Bears are not welcomed in Mr. Rodgers’ neighborhood (Sun-Times)

Packers destroy Bears in one of Rodgers’ most impressive games yet (SI.com)

The Chicago Bears are dead. The Green Bay Packers killed them. (USA Today’s For the Win)

The Bears are a mess after a disastrous loss to the Packers, and the fans want everyone fired (Washington Post)

Packers bludgeon Bears in 55-14 embarrassing rout (NBC Chicago)

And as a bonus, The Big Lead wrote in a subhead that the “Chicago media is at defcon 10 today.”

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Yes, yes we are.