NFL’s Top 10 most-liked, least-liked players
BY DAN CAHILL Twitter: @dancahill_cst October 24, 2012 2:54PM
A fan survey published by Forbes ranked Ndamukong Suh and Jay Cutler as the least-liked players in the NFL. Click through the gallery to see the Top 10 most-liked and least-liked players with their percentage approval rating.
Updated: October 25, 2012 9:47AM
When Detroit “bad boy” Ndamukong Suh took down Bears QB Jay Cutler with a suplex maneuver on Monday night, the vicious hit didn’t evoke as much public outcry as one would expect. Could it be because the wrestling match had two villains and no “good” guy?
According to a fan survey published by Forbes, Suh and Cutler are the two least-liked players in the NFL.
Suh (19 percent appeal rating) and Cutler (21) finished just ahead of Eagles QB Michael Vick (23) as the least-liked players, according to a poll conducted by Nielsen and E-Poll Market Research.
The most popular: Steelers S Troy Polamalu with an appeal rating of 63 percent, seven spots ahead of Bears LB Brian Urlacher (57). Conspiculously absent from both lists was Jets backup QB Tim Tebow. CLICK HERE to see the Top 10 most- and least-liked players.