The results are in...and Jay Cutler is the second most disliked NFL player in the game today.
The only person more out of favor with the fans? Ndamukong Suh, the Lions defensive tackle that has mauled Cutler on numerous occasions, including Monday night in Chicago.
Forbes took info from Nielsen and its partner, E-Poll Market Research to compile the most and least liked NFL players.
Cutler came in at 21 percent appeal rating, while Suh was at 19 percent. Michael Vick, whose image took a huge hit in the public eye with the whole dog-fighting scandal, is third on the list, followed by Randy Moss, Matt Leinart, Tony Romo, former Bear Kyle Orton (and currently Romo's backup), Santonio Holmes, Mark Sanchez and Brady Quinn.
Brian Urlacher's appeal rating of 57 percent ranks as the eighth-highest in the league. The 10 most liked players are as follows:
1. Troy Polamalu
2. Drew Brees
3. Charles Woodson
4. Peyton Manning
5. Aaron Rodgers
6. Rob Gronkowski
7. Robert Griffin III
9. Donald Driver
10. Matthew Stafford
Oddly, Tom Brady and Tim Tebow, two names that always find their way into the news, are not among the 10 most liked players.
The NFC North is well represented in the most-liked category, claiming five of the 10 spots, including three Packers (Woodson, Rodgers, Driver) and one Lion (Stafford).