"Everyone on offense needs to be held accountable, even if it means jobs," Marshall said. "There's no excuse. We still have two games left, there's still hope, but we need to be held accountable."
Marshall grew more upset when asked about the offense's struggle to move the ball against the Packers.
"It's been the same way all year. It's the same thing every single game. We need to be held accountable," Marshall said. "What I got to do is try my best to keep it together and not let this affect me because it's starting to affect me more than it should. And I love this game, I'm very passionate about this game, and right now it's affecting me way too much."
Marshall cut off questioning at that point, stepping down from the podium and wiping away a tear before disappearing behind a door.
It had to be a maddening game for Marshall, whom the Packers aggressively double-teamed all afternoon. The Bears are in desperate need of another receiver who can keep opponents more honest. Alshon Jeffrey and Devin Hester -- two players Marshall expressed belief in leading up to Sunday -- combined for zero catches.
With help like that, Marshall has every right to be upset.