"It's more difficult than you know," said Kampman of losing a third straight time at home. "We're proud men and a proud organization, and this has definitely hurt our pride."
So, too, did the 48 points the Packers gave up. That total was the most the Packers have given up at home since 1952 when they gave up 52 to Detroit at City Stadium.
Receivers enjoy big night: About the only bright spot for the Packers in the game was the production of their wide receivers.
Donald Driver made up for a fumble in the game by catching 10 passes for a career-high 150 yards. His night was highlighted by a marvelous diving catch in the second quarter and a 47-yard reception that led to the Packers' first score.
Fellow wide receiver Javon Walker caught 8 passes for 159 yards including the long play of the night for the Packers, a 57-yard reception.
The last time two Packers' receivers went over 100 yards in the same game was in 2002 when Driver and Terry Glenn did it against the Bears, also on Monday Night Football.
Still, Walker spoke on behalf of Driver when he admitted their individual performances were overshadowed by the team's struggles.
"It is disappointing," he said. "Myself and Driver, we would most definitely rather have the win because it was a win that we needed. We just kept wanting to battle. The only thing we could do was control what we did – running routes and making plays – and just kind of letting the game dictate itself."