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Byline: David Haugh
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. _ Anger oozed out of Jerry Azumah as he sat mute and motionless in front of his locker Sunday after the Bears' 22-3 loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars at Alltel Stadium. For 10 minutes, Azumah stared straight ahead without moving as his teammates dressed around him.
His brows furrowed and chin locked, the look on Azumah's face said everything he did not.
"We all feel terrible,'' defensive end Alex Brown said quietly a few feet away.
Losing a game they had to win to keep their slim NFC playoff chances alive made the Bears mad enough.
Losing a game marred by 13 penalties, including several the Bears questioned, left many players downright furious_and not necessarily at an offense that failed to produce a touchdown for the fourth time this season.
"All the bad calls get frustrating because there's nothing you can do about it,'' defensive end Michael Haynes said. "You think hopefully the next call …