Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler has had his fair share of criticism. His facial expressions and body language gets criticized as much or more than every interception he throws on gameday. He hasn't exactly endeared himself to the fans, and according to a list from Forbes, via ESPN Chicago, Cutler is one of the least-liked players in the NFL.
His teammate, Brian Urlacher, finds himself on the list of most-liked players.
Cutler comes in at No. 2 from the bottom on the list, which asked fans whether they' "like" a player, or whether they "like him a lot." In other words, there was no "dislike" option, and the poll was specifically to see who received "like him a lot" the least or most. Cutler was just above (or rather, below) Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick and San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Randy Moss.
The only player who was liked less-than Cutler? Detroit Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh, who seems to be universally labeled as a dirty player. Urlacher, on the other hand, comes in at No. 8 on the most likely list, above Donald Driver of the Packers and Matthew Stafford of the Lions. Troy Polamalu of the Steelers tops that list, and the top three is rounded out by Charles Woodson and Drew Brees.