Stephen A. Smith tears into Jay Cutler, calls him worst QB in the NFL

Cutler went from getting sacked by Philly to getting sacked by the media!

Stephen A. Smith, tell them how you really feel, why don't you?

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ESPN's resident loud mouth talking-head ripped into Bears quarterback Jay Cutler (as per his usual style) in a long-winded monologue, calling him the "worst quarterback in the NFL."

Smith's assessment of Cutler included referring to him as a "football abomination" while alluding to Cutler not caring about playing as much as he should.

To call Cutler statistically helpless is one thing, though it's hardly accurate. Over his 11-year career, he's completed 62 percent of his passes, for over 31,000 yards for 205 touchdowns and 143 interceptions.

Cutler's detractors usually point to his 67-69 record as a starter, or his nonchalant attitude toward not winning.

Cutler and the Bears dropped to 0-2 against the Eagles on Monday Night Football after a 29-14 showing. He completed 12-of-17 passes for 157 yards and two turnovers.

For what it's worth, Bears coach John Fox says Cutler played injured during the loss.

[h/t ESPN]